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'You've done such a good job emptying your beer bottles.'

DEFINITION: v., To imply that person is usually unhelpful when asking for their assistance. n., An unwilling, unproductive and uninhibitedly useless helper.

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Lesgreeant

Created by: deaninc

Pronunciation: less-gree-ant

Sentence: What a lessgreeant individual

Etymology: it sounds good

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Lemonaide

karenanne

Created by: karenanne

Pronunciation: lem un AYD

Sentence: The kindergarten teacher, Ms. Loving, was hoping that her new teacher assistant, Eve, would be as energetic as her previous one had been. Instead, Eve was lazy, had no initiative, and proved be more of a lemonaide. Ms. Loving took to calling her Eve Aide behind her back, because that's what Eve did every time there was a bulletin board to be made or shapes to be cut.

Etymology: lemon (something that is unreliable or doesn't work; a disappointment) + aide (helper)

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Futilaide

Created by: Filthy

Pronunciation: \ˈfyü-təl-\ˈād\

Sentence: Glenn was such a FUTILAIDE that when he did get around to taking the trash out of the apartment, he only bothered to set it on the balcony.

Etymology: FUTILE + AIDE (a person who helps a more skilled person)= FUTILAIDE

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Procrastinaider

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: pro/crass/tin/aid/ur

Sentence: Jim was a procrastinaider, full of good intentions but unable to get anything done.

Etymology: procrastinator (someone who dawdles, defers) + aide

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Knowyoudont

Created by: Osomatic

Pronunciation: know + you + don't

Sentence: I hate to knowyoudont you, but you've never been helpful before so I have no expectation of assistance with taking this splinter out of my toe.

Etymology: I know you don't.

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Bratvery

vmalcolm

Created by: vmalcolm

Pronunciation: /brætvəri/

Sentence: * vb. (To bratver) That afternoon, Diana bratvered to her boyfriend:- "Now that you've done such a good job filling up your stomach, you should consider going to the supermarket and filling up the fridge!!" * n. (Bratvery) When she saw him pleasantly resting on the couch, she couldn't help thinking he was a complete spoiled bratvery...

Etymology: BRATVERY. Vb. n. From Brat (a child, especially a spoiled or ill-mannered one) + Bravery (the condition or quality of being brave; courage)

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Procrastinag

MrDave2176

Created by: MrDave2176

Pronunciation: pro-CRAHS-ti-nag / ap-a-THEH-tro-pist

Sentence: Maddy procrastinagging drove Thomas to finally confront the fact that he was a apathethropist and he vowed he would get right to reversing it...tomorrow.

Etymology: v: procrati(nate) + nag n: apathy + philanthropist (one who gives unselfishly)

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Disbeerchanted

Created by: abrakadeborah

Pronunciation: dis-beer-chan-ted

Sentence: Ray was so disbeerchanted with Liz's demands that he couldn't move.

Etymology: Added beer in the middle of disenchanted after taking off the 'en' using only dis and chanted with beer in the middle- Disappointed or disillusioned and doesn't care because the beer has numbed that part of your brain.

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Couchslouch

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: cowtch-slouch

Sentence: Jeremy rarely lifted a finger to help with anything or to fend for himself, and made no effort to suggest that he was anything but a dedicated couchslouch.

Etymology: Blend of 'couch' (divan or sofa) and 'slouch' (n. one that is unimpressive; especially: a lazy or incompetent person)

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Goferloafer

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: gōfərlōfər

Sentence: When Harry hired his nephew as an office assistant, he thought he would get some much-needed help. What he got was a goferloafer. Where Harry saw somebody to run errands, the nephew saw the insides of his eyelids.

Etymology: gofer (a person who runs errands) + loafer (a person who idles time away)

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Comments:

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2007-10-05: 00:01:00
Today's definition was suggested by ChristopherAndersen. Thank you ChristopherAndersen! ~ James

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2010-02-02: 00:13:00
Today's definition was suggested by ChristopherAndersen. Thank you ChristopherAndersen. ~ James