Verboticism: Inapproprimate

'There's no way a guy with a mono-brow is marrying my daughter!'

DEFINITION: n. A chosen mating partner who is not well-accepted by one's parents. v. To fight with one's parents over the selection of a suitable mate.

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Checkeredmate

Created by: porsche

Pronunciation: check/urd/mayte

Sentence: Checkeredmate her father yelled every time she brought a new boyfriend home

Etymology: checkmate + checkered + mate

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COMMENTS:

She misrook her boyfriend for a knight. - purpleartichokes, 2007-06-22: 13:53:00

and her father mistook him for a queen - Jabberwocky, 2007-06-22: 16:37:00

petaj He was just a pawn in the conflict between her and her father, until she became board with him and castled him off. - petaj, 2007-06-22: 22:33:00

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Prohibmate

Created by: oliviabrown

Pronunciation: pr/ō/hibm/ā/te

Sentence: My dad prohibmated me from seeing Bob anymore.

Etymology: prohib- prohibit, mate- mate

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Sponsparentaloathe

Created by: AlouattaPigra

Pronunciation: Spawns Pair Ent Ill Oh Thh

Sentence: She looked into him deeply. "You know they hate you. Like Sponsparentaloathely. Its sick too." Zjasmun's eyes flickering with lust. "But they're sponsparentaloathement just turns me on you know." Folungfo's throat made a deep gupling sound. 'Looks like I'm flavor of the week due to sponsparentaloathing."

Etymology: sponse - Meaning spouse, Parental - of,from parents, Loathe - to hate.

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Dysparamour

Created by: bwesterlind

Pronunciation: Diss-para-more

Sentence: n: Her dysparamour caused significant angst to the family. v: After they met him they had quite the dysparamour.

Etymology: Dys- Root of word meaning "Not" Paramour- Root as word meaning one who is a possible suitor.

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Annoyfriend

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: uh-noi-frend

Sentence: Jill's father just can't stand her current annoyfriend.

Etymology: annoy (to disturb or bother in a way that displeases, troubles, or slightly irritates) + boyfriend (a frequent or favorite male companion; beau)

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Hubbysnubber

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: həbēsnəbər

Sentence: Mary\'s mom never liked anyone she dated. She didn’t think anybody was good enough for her little princess. Now that she has married, mom has become a hubbysnubber, alternately ignoring and snarking his every action.

Etymology: hubby (husband) + snubber (one who rebuffs, ignores, or spurns disdainfully)

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Compartnerble

Created by: Amenti

Pronunciation: com part ner bul

Sentence: Holly thinks her new boyfriend is "the one" but her father thinks they are not compartnerble.

Etymology: Compatible + Partner

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Squiddlydoo

Created by: LukeOlzawskiii

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Sheject

Created by: bubbos

Pronunciation: She-ject

Sentence: My parents found my latest gal a total sheject, with her sloppy style and greasy hair, she'll never fit into our family. My friends consider my latest boyfriend a total heject as his antics were queer and out of the ordinary, how often do you find people who enjoy walking backwards as a pasttime?

Etymology: he + reject and she + reject

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Alieitify

Created by: brandonmarrotte

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Sentence: My parents dont like my boyfriend, Stan, so I had to alieitify to prove his worth.

Etymology: Alie- to be alienated, or not liked, seperated

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