Verboticism: Purrvasive

'Why are you staring at me like that? '

DEFINITION: v. To be woken up by a child or pet who is quietly but intently staring at you from the edge of your bed. n. A creepy silent stare that is so intense that it pierces sleep.

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Esostare

Created by: DragonRider428

Pronunciation: esso-stair

Sentence: I get this creepy feeling that something's giving me the esostare.

Etymology: the word "stare" with the prefix "eso", meaning inward or within

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Gazeboo

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: gah zay booooooooooo

Sentence: She was awoken from her siesta in the garden by a gazeboo.

Etymology: gaze boo

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Bedrheumeyes

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: bed room ize

Sentence: Buck was one of those cats with bedrheumeyes. He would watch you sleep all night until his penetrating, watery glances would stare you awake. When he did this to his owner, Lauren,she knew upon waking 2 things for sure...A) Buck had used his bedrheumeyes on her and B) He wanted her to let him out, now! If Lauren ignored him, it was at her peril, for he would leave some bodily fluids or other masses in her bed. Phrases like "The Buck stops here" and "She would do anything for a Buck" originated with Lauren...

Etymology: Bed (where one sleeps at night) & Rheum (A watery or thin discharge, of serum or mucus, especially from the eyes, especially from eye strain or infection) & Eyes (The windows to the soul;peepers;optical organs of sight)

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COMMENTS:

eeeeeeeeeeek! - galwaywegian, 2009-01-08: 05:18:00

nice - Jabberwocky, 2009-01-09: 13:44:00

metrohumanx WOW! - metrohumanx, 2009-01-16: 07:53:00

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Scioniglare

Created by: arrrteest

Pronunciation: si-on-ik-glayr

Sentence: Intent on laying still as to not let the assassin notice her, Marybeth realized perhaps her anxiety dream was being enhanced by the scioniglare of her cat that just hopped on the bed.

Etymology: Scion (from O. Fr sion, cion from kidon, to sprout, split, open) + glare (to "stare fiercely")

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Ultra-unique! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-18: 10:23:00

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Glareouse

Created by: catgrin

Pronunciation: glair-rouz

Sentence: Never date a man who can glareouse you into making the coffee.

Etymology: from "glare" and "arouse"

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Sonraise

Created by: silveryaspen

Pronunciation: sun rays OR son raise

Sentence: Scotty, my son, the electronics technician in the transporter room, on the Starship Enterprise, often receives the request "Scotty, beam me up." When he comes home for a visit to me, his father, his eyes spark and shine, with rays so intense, that even if I'm in a sound sleep, there is joy from his sonraise, that special "Son, beaming me up!"

Etymology: SUN RAYS / SON RAISE . SUN RAYS - bright beams of light that can raise the sleeping. SON RAISE - sparks of light from a son's eyes that can raise the sleeping. /// Oh how we enjoy sun beams and son beams!

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Cattygoreyes

Created by: Tigger

Pronunciation: /kat-ee-gor-ayz/

Sentence: Max secretly delighted in mildly tormenting his 'person' — the Can Opener Lady, as he affectionately thought of her. She always wanted to go to sleep at the same time every night though, which was just strange, so it was easy to justify harassing her. He knew that staring at her while she was awake agitated her, but he'd discovered that even when her eyes were closed he could cattygoreyes her, boring his stare into the back of her head, and making her squirm. At the same time, Max would idly try to send her thoughts of getting up and work the can opener again, or making that fake mouse on a string come to life, as she sometimes did. Maybe it wasn't nice to tease the Can Opener Lady, but how else was he supposed to amuse himself late at night?

Etymology: Catty - slyly malicious (from Low Latin, cattus "cat"[-like]) + Gore - to pierce or stab (from Scottish, gorren) + Eyes - organs of sight (from Old English, ēge)

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love it! - galwaywegian, 2008-03-18: 06:37:00

It's better than the cat's meow! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-18: 09:59:00

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Pediastare

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Created by: picabomama

Pronunciation: pee/dee/a/stare

Sentence: Violet had the habit of creeping very quietly into her mother and father's bedroom. She had been told that she could not wake them before Mr. Sun came up, so she waited, patiently and intently. The power of Violet's unblinking pediastare could raise her mother from the deepest sleep and was so completely creepy that there was no way to return to sleep after experiencing it.

Etymology: pedia- root word meaning child + stare The word also echoes the name of a popular brand of children's over-the-counter medicine.

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Interesting etymology. - silveryaspen, 2008-03-18: 18:56:00

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Furboding

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: fer-BODE-ing

Sentence: Sally's dreams were interrupted by an awful sense of furboding and she became aware that her cat, Felicity, was staring at her ominously as she slept.

Etymology: Blend of 'fur' and 'bode'(be an omen; portend) - a play on the word foreboding(A sense of impending evil or misfortune)

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Scarogling

Created by: mokelmoney

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