Verboticism: Carearmark

'What are doing to the cubicles!?'

DEFINITION: v. To create an impression that you have made a positive contribution, especially when related to career activities. n. A personal mark or imprint which proves that you have done something that matters.

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Markit

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: märkit

Sentence: As the project was wrapping up the office started looking like a forest meadow during rutting season. The prevailing wisdom was markit yourself. If they followed the practice of the animal world the paper produced would be rather soggy.

Etymology: mark (make (a visible impression or stain) + it (used to identify a person) A play on marketing.

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Embossmaterial

petaj

Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: em-boss-ma-teer-ee-al

Sentence: Kenny clearly had what it takes to be the CEO. His embossmaterial was marked on all of his work.

Etymology: emboss (to raise the surface to make a mark) + material (the makings of) + boss (manager, supervisor)

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Colophiti

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: kol/uh/fiti

Sentence: John placed his distinctive colophiti on all office collaborative work and memos to demonstrate to his boss that he had personally read and digested all the important information.

Etymology: colophon (printer's distinctive emblem, used as an identifying device on its books and other works) + graffiti (markings, tags, or initials)

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COMMENTS:

Lovely word. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-05-06: 18:05:00

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Pimpression

Created by: wordmeister

Pronunciation: pimp-pression

Sentence: Johnny wanted to make a good pimpression on his new boss. So he primped his hair, and then pimped up resume with some of his most pimpressive achievements -- like sorting all of his email, or attending and several meetings in the last month and remaining conscious during most of them!

Etymology: pimp+primp+impression

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Kinpression

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: kin pres shun

Sentence: Even though his uncle was a mob boss, Sal always tried to leave a good kinpression on others. Blood is blood and Sal reckoned that the nepotism at his being made would be outshone by the fact that he would do any job given to him. Yeah, he was happy to rub out an obstacle that his uncle felt needed whacked. That's why Sal is still out there being a citizen, secure in the knowledge that his loyalty, silence, thoroughness and relationship are secure. The theory of relativity works for Sal!

Etymology: Kin (family, group of people related by blood or marriage;a person having kinship with another or others) & Impression (a vague idea in which some confidence is placed;a clear and telling mental image)

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Colophiti

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: kol/uh/fiti

Sentence: John placed his distinctive colophiti on all office collaborative work and memos to demonstrate to his boss that he had personally read and digested all the important information.

Etymology: colophon (printer's distinctive emblem, used as an identifying device on its books and other works) + graffiti (markings, tags, or initials)

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Factotem

Created by: Nuwanda

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Marksallot

Created by: d1420

Pronunciation: mahrks uh-lot

Sentence: Looking to also leave a genetic marksallot on the National Basketball Association, Wilt "The Big Dipper" Chamberlain scored with 20,000 women during his basketball career in hopes that a small fraction of the potential offspring would bounce into the NBA.

Etymology: mark(s) = evidence of the influence or involvement of somebody or something + allot = to appropriate for a special purpose *also see Marks-A-Lot to gain further clarity

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Verey nice. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-05-06: 17:57:00

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Importapression

Created by: phoenix89

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Autograught

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: aht - oh - graft

Sentence: To insure that credit was given for his contributions to any endeavor, no matter how small or insignificant, Garrison would find some clever way to autograught his personal mark on the project.

Etymology: blend of the words autograph and graft, to attach as if by grafting.

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nice - Jabberwocky, 2008-05-05: 16:15:00

Good one - Nosila, 2008-05-05: 21:33:00

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