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'Thank goodness you walked in!'

DEFINITION: n. The mental state induced by the discovery your new husband, and your maid of honor, entangled in the satin sheets given to you as a wedding present by your grandmother. v. To catch your new husband in a close quarters with a close friend.

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Weddoplexy

Created by: Guthlaf1

Pronunciation: WEDD-o-PLE-xy

Sentence: She had expected to feel many emotions today - but weddoplexy had not been one of them....

Etymology: From "wedding" and "apoplexy"

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Maidricide

erasmus

Created by: erasmus

Pronunciation: may dree side

Sentence: Janice was about to commit madricide when she found out what had been going on.

Etymology: er from maid and homicide

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Betraythed

Created by: rikboyee

Pronunciation: bee-tray-thed

Sentence: she went from betrothed to betraythed in record time

Etymology: betrayed, betrothed

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COMMENTS:

Beautifully stated! - catgrin, 2007-03-27: 04:15:00

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Shagrin

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: shagg ran

Sentence: Her shagrin at what she witnessed on the shagpile of the honeymoon suite was expressed in an infortinate manner. Strangulation by old borrowed blue garter was the coronor's verdict.

Etymology: chagrin (sadness) Shag (erm...)

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COMMENTS:

great - Jabberwocky, 2008-06-11: 12:09:00

Great word. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-06-12: 08:19:00

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Incenflayed

Created by: PythianHabenero

Pronunciation: in-sen-flayd

Sentence: When Bella walked in on her husband of one hour and best friend of ten years lying in her bed making poor excuses, she was incenflayed.

Etymology: "Incensed" (made angry) + "betrayed" with aesthetic and semantic help from "inflamed" (made sore, set on fire, a number of other relevant meanings).

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Betraythal

CharlieB

Created by: CharlieB

Pronunciation: bee-tray-thal

Sentence: John's act of betraythal was a body blow to poor Mary. Particularly as it was with own brother. It was seriously conjuglipitous.

Etymology: betrothal (a mutual promise to marry) + betryal (to be unfaithful or disloyal)

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Treacherysteria

Created by: ErWenn

Pronunciation: /ˌtɹɛtʃɚɪˈstɛɹiə/

Sentence: There's absolutely nothing one can say to fend off a developing fit of treacherysteria, but it doesn't stop people from trying.

Etymology: from treachery + hysteria

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Kildafuhls

Created by: catgrin

Pronunciation: kil-duh-fōōls

Sentence: Although she brutally beat her new husband and sister to death with a smart white satin heel, today's landmark ruling finds Mrs. Betty Jo Smith has been cleared of the charge of Murder Two as kildafuhls is successfully accepted for a temporary insanity plea.

Etymology: Taken loosely from the popular Mr. T tagline, "I pity the fool!" compound of kill+the+fools spelled so as to promote correct pronunciation and emphasis.

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COMMENTS:

Anyone referencing Mr T deserves credit. Plus it's outta left field (original) and quirky enough to fit the definition. - Bulletchewer, 2007-03-27: 11:28:00

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Spoustracised

Created by: Rutilus

Pronunciation: spows-tra-sized

Sentence: Chloe was mortified. Dan, the man of her dreams or so she thought, humping away with best friend and maid of (dis)honour Jane. The bitch had seduced her new hubby and she had been left truly spoustracised on her special day.

Etymology: spouse - husband or wife; ostracised - forced out, ignored

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COMMENTS:

Great word. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-06-12: 07:23:00

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Matricidicalapses

Created by: Jaxies

Pronunciation: /matri-sidical-laps-ease/

Sentence: "After attempting to kill both her new husband and best friend after finding them writhing around in bed together, Sally pleaded matricidicalapses as her defence in court. The judge ruled in her favour."

Etymology: Matrimony + homicidal + lapses

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Comments:

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2007-03-27: 00:01:00
Today's definition was suggested by sunny09.
Thank you sunny09! ~ James

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2009-10-14: 04:06:00
Today's definition was suggested by sheets. Thank you sheets. ~ James