Verboticism: Actorelse

'Santa won't come unless you clean up your desk!'

DEFINITION: v. To inspire and motivate people to do great things, by issuing petty threats. n. A kind and gentle threat.

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: hōhōhōərs

Sentence: It was a sad day when Wendy figured that she could no longer hohohoerce her kids into behaving. All that talk about naughty or nice fell on deaf ears as her ”old-enough-to-know-better” darlings ran amuck at the mall.

Etymology: Ho Ho Ho (representing deep, exuberant laughter) + coerce (persuade an unwilling person to do something by using force or threats)

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Created by: Chunk01

Pronunciation: naughty-vate

Sentence: The wife always tries to naughtivate me with promises of putting out if I'd only put up some shelves.

Etymology: Naughty+Motivate=naughtivate

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Created by: hobnob

Pronunciation: good'bitch

Sentence: She's such a goodbitch.

Etymology: Good + bitch

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Created by: johnnyrockett

Pronunciation: Urg-timidation

Sentence: She cleaned her room immediatly once she was urgtimidated with no dinner.

Etymology: Urge - To assert with ernest. Timidation - as in Intimidation - To coerce or inhibit by or as if by threats.

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Created by: librarian

Pronunciation: un'-fi-threat

Sentence: If you don't cure cancer, I won't do the dishes!

Etymology: unifit + threat as in the threat does not fit the required result.

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Created by: dragonprincess

Pronunciation: pet-i-fur

Sentence: Santa won't come unless you clean your room!

Etymology: 'petti' comes from the english word petty. The 'fur' part of the verd makes it a comand

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Created by: torgo

Pronunciation: boss-uh-lating

Sentence: quit bossilating! i'm not a kid anymore!

Etymology: hmmm

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Created by: jedijawa

Pronunciation: nag-whip

Sentence: Betty nagwhipped everyone in the office to do her bidding.

Etymology: nag + whipped

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Created by: Alchemist

Pronunciation: Mith-thret-en

Sentence: Since it was Xmas eve, I mythreatened the children into eating their peas.

Etymology: Myth - a fictitious story, person or thing Threaten - to promise dire consequences unless a certain course of action is taken

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Created by: omista

Pronunciation: crush-sti-GAYT

Sentence: To get the most out of his new hires John was known to crushtigate them during training. They always start out strong but turn over was horrendous.

Etymology: crush + instigate

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