Verboticism: Fibreobjects

'Honey, have you seen Wilbur?'

DEFINITION: n. The tight-packed wads of fluff found in the dryer after doing laundry. v. To uncurl and dissect the fluff found in a dryer while trying to figure what it once was.

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Fibreobjects

Created by: scrabbelicious

Pronunciation: ˈfʌɪ:bə:ˈɒbd:ʒɪkts

Sentence: Sloppy Joe's belly button was a subject of endless examination. When it came to cleaning the filter of his washing machine, he knew exactly what to do, there goes the weekend, he was overcome with fibreobjects. Call my fluff, that's a word baby.

Etymology: Entangling of 1 -)Fibre: Being made of strands. 2 -)Objects: Is supposed to be opposed but is really something. When said altogether not very obviously a pun on "fiber optics" - the means by which a cyborg is able to see. Part of a device used to make an image by transmission of light.

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