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DEFINITION: n. The tight-packed wads of fluff found in the dryer after doing laundry. v. To uncurl and dissect the fluff found in a dryer while trying to figure what it once was.

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Created by: simoneshin

Pronunciation: flea-seize

Sentence: I know there's beasts living in your dryer. But judging from the size of flaeces, it must be one big **

Etymology: fleece, faeces

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Created by: alexandre




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Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: skan tee matt urr

Sentence: Having examined the relationship between the increase in the substance and the increased flimsiness of her undergarments, she concluded that for the most part it was scantymatter

Etymology: antimatter, scanty

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: lint spek shun

Sentence: When Sarah was studying forensics, she always did a lintspection on her own dryer fluff to determine its origin. She came to the conclusion that those socks that "disappeared" in the dryer, actually became unravelled due to the stress of daily living and their remains ended up in the lint trap. Hosiery hari-kiri, sock sad.

Etymology: Lint (dryer fluff;unravelled fibres) & Inspection (a formal or official examination)

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Created by: xxmel

Pronunciation: Fuz-Splah-Ch-Tur

Sentence: Jane was perplexed to see a fuzzsplochter of so many colors and shades alongside her freshly washed sweater.

Etymology: Fuzz - Soft, fluff, consisting of little; Splotch - Blob, ball

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Created by: feltcap

Pronunciation: fûrz

Sentence: As she pulled the crispy cat carcass out of the dryer she suddenly knew where all the furz in the lint trap had come from.

Etymology: fur - the thick coat of soft hair covering the skin of a mammal, fuzz - a mass or coating of fine, light fibers, hairs, or particles; down

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: wərlpərl

Sentence: After John retired he had to find things to keep himself busy. Sometimes it was shopping, sometimes sorting his clothes by color and hue. But today there would be none of that. Last night after doing the laundry he had found a whirlpearl — one of those time capsules of thoughts or actions past. Was it a receipt? Perhaps a shopping list, maybe even a prescription for his new OCD medication. He wouldn't know until he unfurled the various layers of this nugget. This was a particularly good one. It had escaped detection after the washing and had hard-baked through the dryer cycle. He could hardly wait.

Etymology: Whirlpool(major appliance manufacturer) + pearls (a hard, lustrous spherical mass, typically white or bluish-gray, formed within the shell of a pearl oyster or other bivalve mollusk and highly prized as a gem)


you've obviously been a whirlpearl diver - Jabberwocky, 2009-02-18: 13:21:00

Whirlpearling is fact, it can leave you nacre-ed! - Nosila, 2009-02-19: 00:27:00


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Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: un+rav+felt

Sentence: Despite hours of unravfelting, Marcus, a goth from way back could never work out how the lint in his tumble dryer was always pink.

Etymology: unravel + felt

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: kuh-vey-shuhn

Sentence: Jane often forgets to check pockets before she does the laundry. She regularly finds little wads of paper that she calls laundry pearls. She has become quite expert at drissection of grocery lists and receipts.

Etymology: drier (a machine, appliance, or apparatus for removing moisture, as by forced ventilation or heat) + dissection (to cut apart something to examine the structure, relation of parts, or the like)

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Created by: kateinkorea

Pronunciation: FUZZ WUZZ WHAT

Sentence: "What the fuzz is this?" she said as she pulled the wad of fuzzwuzzwhat out of the dryer. "I have no idea," he replied."And who cares. What are you fussing about the fuzz for?" he asked. "Well, it's just that we haven't seen Fuzzy Wuzzy around in a few days and...well...ya know...never mind."

Etymology: FUZZ: WAS WHAT:


Nice - TJayzz, 2009-02-18: 18:31:00

Time to call in The Fuzz! Cute word - Nosila, 2009-02-19: 00:22:00


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Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2009-02-18: 00:01:01
Today's definition was suggested by artr. Thank you artr. ~ James

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2010-09-01: 00:11:00
Today's definition was suggested by artr. Thank you artr. ~ James

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