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bbitchbug - A beetle, Harmonia axyridis {HTML tags arenstripped.}, commonly known in the United States as the Asian lady beetle, related to and resembling ordinary ladybugs but with creating an outdoor nuisance in the fall; they invade houses, stain clothes, and bite people on whom they land. (Etymology: by analogy; lady~bitch, ladybug~bitchbug)

e.g., Aargh! I used to love that perfect autumn weather for doing stuff outside. Now the damn bitchbugs all over place have spoiled it! "Harmonia" my ass! Disharmonia is more like it!

submitted by Dr. Dan Muldoon

lielingual - Adjective used to describe a person to whom the language of lies is almost his/her native tongue, a person who is fluent in the laguage of lies. Compare with bilingual, someone who is fluent in two languages.

e.g., Don't believe a word of what Hillary Clinton says; she lies so much that I think she is lielingual.

submitted by Robin Nilsson

sustatic - To live in a state of sustained ecstatic bliss.

e.g., The Paigeavator exclaims to anyone who will listen, "Since my first date with Bryant, I have been completely and unabashedly sustatic!"

submitted by Paige Archer

quinter - (KWINT-rd; v.) 1. To divide into fifths; (n.) 2. one-fifth, 3. 20¢ (one-fifth of a dollar, or any currency comprised of 100 pennies or pence or what-have-you). [Based on the word "quarter," which means "divide into fourths" or "one fourth."]

e.g., "I just watched a show where they described the horrible punishment of hanging, drawing, and quartering. But they cut the heads off of people they've quartered to stick on pikes. Doesn't that making it quintering?" "That's disgusting." "True, though." | It's hard to quinter a pizza; it's easy to quarter one, though.

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g.o.a.t. - Greatest Of All Time. Definitely not original.

e.g., It's nice to have friends who are goats.

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sharpiecrit - Someone who uses a Sharpie to alter meaning,or make comment on a photo, chart, diagram, wall, building, etc.

e.g., President Trump is a sharpicrit because he used a Sharpie to draw a line on a weather map, to manufacture truth that has no basis in reality.

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drinky - (adj.) Thirsty. [Coined by my three-year-old grandson after a long walk with his grandmother: "My throat," he said, "feels drinky. Can I have some water?"]

e.g., Whoa! Ten hours we've been at this. It's very drinky work. Anyone for some birch beer?

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decycle - (v.) To throw away, dispose of, remove from the recycle cycle.

e.g., I decycled the newspapers. They were covered in old yogurt and kitty litter.

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downcycle - (v.) To put something to a "lower" use than originally intended. [Based on analogy with "upcycle."]

e.g., He downcycled a refrigerator as a bathtub and an old computer monitor as a fishtank.

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lunaticky - The description of one acting as a lunatic or insane or crazy under the influence of a full moon.

e.g., "Ever since the full moon rose this morning at 3:30 AM we've been getting 9-1-1 calls from a lunaticky populous," said Paige.

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speraws - The star-shaped marks at the ends of hot dogs.

e.g., When I eat hot dogs, I like to eat the speraws first, then the rest of it.

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spagmumps - Any of the millions of styrofoam wads found in mail order items

e.g., I’m still picking up the spagmumps from the wooden crate my leg lamp was shipped in

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dready - Being dressed and ready for something you don't want to do or are not looking forward to

e.g., Okay, I'm dready. Can we get this visit to your parents over with?

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two-cart couple - Malvern, AR, terminology for swingers who would go to the grocery store and walk around with two empty carts to indicate their availability for what used to be called wifeswapping. Era when this was being done is unknown.

e.g., two-cart couple

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flipocrisy - The practice many politicians employ in their campaigns when they promise something for one target audience and then promise exactly the opposite the next or even the same day to a different audience. Can be applied to many similar circumstances,and not limited to political hacks only, but to all hacks in general.

e.g., Since Sheryl really invented this word, George is guilty of flipocrisy since he said he would not claim it as his own on

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burnaza - What you do when you realize that your Italian seasoning is actually a hefty blend of oregano, basil, and marijuana.

e.g., I realized that my Aunt's special blend of Italian seasoning was perfect for my Burnaza.

submitted by Paige Archer

slitch-bap - Slitch-pap is the spoonerism of bitch-slap.

e.g., Anita tried to take me down with some random shadiness so I had the slitch-bap her.

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electroid - electroid (also electroyd) 1.) of or perhaps pertaining to in some distant undefinable way Dan Akroyd. 2.) anything even dimly related to anything to do with electromagnetic, acoustical, or any frequency of any type of radiation, beam, ray, radio frequency drivers, pulses or pulsars, lasers, phasers, scalars, or any device or piece of machinery relataed to any of the aforementioned in any way, shape or form such as a computer, adding machine, dial telephone, television, human being, extra terrestrial, chimera, rock, bush, or piece of stained glass. Note: "route" from the language of Tara Sidra. Nikola Tesla, Thomas Edison, Alexander Graham Bell,The U.S.Government, and countless other so-called experts and entities all used all other kinds of words, and talked around many, many concepts without using the very occult and esoteric word "electroid."

e.g., 1. Every time I think of John Belushi I think of electroyds. Any idea why I do that? 2. "Do you have any idea why electroids are associated with Tara Sidra?" "Nope. What the hell is a Tara Sidra. Never heard of it." "Me neither. But I think it may be a 'who and not a 'what.'"

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grundyism - Grundyism, a real word: "a prudish adherence to conventionality, especially in personal behavior." From Mrs. Grundy: "Mrs Grundy is a figurative name for an extremely conventional or priggish person, a personification of the tyranny of conventional propriety. A tendency to be overly fearful of what others might think is sometimes referred to as grundyism." Here at the pseudodictionary, a grundyism will henceforth refer to those proscriptive "Rules of English Usage" taught in US public schools to students my age and younger.

e.g., When I was going to school, learning English consisted mostly of learning a slew of grundyisms. One notorious rule: Never split an infinitive.

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mono-diet - A diet that conists of a single food.

e.g., How've been doing lately? Not too bad all things considered. My mental attitude and health seem to be in good shape. As for my physical health, I have a few things wrong with me. But that's to be expected with someone our age. One thing, however, really burns my ass -- a seriously bad case of assteroids. The main trouble with that, of course, is that I've had to cut back on my mono-diet of crunchy peanut butter.

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assteroid - I've decided that the a better word than hemorrhoids for the "pain caused by venous swelling at or inside the anal sphincter" would be assteroids.

e.g., How've been doing lately? Not too bad all things considered. My mental attitude and health seem to be in good shape. As for my physical health, I have a few things wrong with me. But that's to be expected with someone our age. One thing, however, really burns my ass -- a seriously bad case of assteroids. The main trouble with that, of course, is that I've had to cut back on my mono-diet of crunchy peanut butter.

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documonial - A portmanteau of "documentary" and "testimonial." Best definition is a quasi-intellectual piece done in the style of what used to be known as "journalism" containing just enough verifiable facts to avoid being labeled an outright falsification, but still filled with unsubstantiated claims and statements by a small number of individuals and outliers and intended to serve the agenda of its creator. Closest synonym to date: "propaganda."

e.g., The latest documonial from #WalkAway encourages blacks to leave the Democratic party but offers little real proof as to why they should do this.

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thermonitor - (thir-MON-i-tur; n.) A thermometer. (A child's pronunciation; from Greek thermos "heat" + monitor "watcher.")

e.g., The thermonitor says it's sweater weather today.

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flusks - (n.) Dental floss "tusks" hanging from the mouth, formed by the dangling ends of a string of floss in the teeth, left for some reason while the flosser does something else, or, more embarrassingly, forgotten. [From "floss" + "tusks."]

e.g., She suddenly realized why everyone in the grocery store had looked at her so oddly when she glanced in the rear-view mirror and saw the flusks hanging from her mouth.

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eschertecture - (ESH-er-TEK-cher; n.) Architecture which seems convoluted, bizarre, even impossible: stairways that feel like they lead to a floor they can't lead to; hallways that improbably intersect; rooms that seem to be somewhere they shouldn't be---essentially, a building layout that goes out of its way to turn you around, get you lost, and basically confuse the hell out of you. [From Escher (Maurits Cornelis (1898-1972) + (archi)tecture. Escher is the world-famous Dutch artist whose mathematically themed work focused on unexpected perspectives, tessellations, and illusions, especially the depiction of impossible objects, as in his Relativity (1953), Ascending & Descending (1960), and Waterfall (1961)). The word "Eschertecture" first(?) appears in James Alan Gardner's 2017 "All Those Explosions Were Someone Else's Fault."]

e.g., The engineering school building has a fairly straightforward layout, at least, now that I've been here three years, but when I first got here, it was pure Eschertecture. It took me half an hour just to find the second floor, and the big window on the third floor, that somehow overlooks the quad ... well, it just couldn't. Still can't as far as I'm concerned.

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lexture - (lex-CHOOR; also lext; v.) 1.To lecture (i.e., reprove, chastise, bawl out) by text; 2. to lecture (i.e., instruct, teach) by text.

e.g., "Did you get busted for breaking curfew?" "Yeah. My mom lextured me fpr, like, six hours about it." "Bummer."

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bumanism - An style of behavior where someone brags about the fact that she lives a great lifestyle without working.

e.g., Tommy has an apartment, a car, and a new cellphone, but hasn't held a job in five years -- strictly living off the kindness of others and public assistance. The purest Bumanism.

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nerd stacking - The wearing of different fandoms in top to bottom fashion. E.g., hat, shirt, pants, socks and/or shoes. Warm weather variant of Nerd Layering.

e.g., Did you see Justin's Marvel tshirt/DC socks nerd stacking? It's a pretty bold statement.

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procrastichoring - To procrastinate by doing your chores

e.g., I had tons of homework to do that I didn't felt like doing, so I spent all day procrastichoring. I changed the sheets, did the washing-up, did the laundry. ... At least I left the flat all cleaned.

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bumblestoob - A completely inept dolt. A ridiculous clod.

e.g., I bet on a heavily favored football team but they fielded a group of bumblestoobs and lost by the biggest margin in team history.

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sneakables - Used to refer to those sneakers which are comfortable.

e.g., Wow. She always wears a sneakables. I wish I could find some.

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spoiker - A person who loves making spoilers. SPOILER + MAKER

e.g., He is a spoiker. He told me everything about the end of the final season of the series.

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bedrunk - An adjective to refer to how you feel when you go to bed a little bit tipsy or drunk and you feel the bed is moving.

e.g., Yesterday, when I arrived from the party, I was so bedrunk I puked all over my floor.

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kindy - It is used to refer to someone who is kind and pretty at the same time.

e.g., She's so kindy I couldn't help falling in love with her.

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scump - Noun. A vile, evil, lying, criminal, rascist, sexist, traitorous rapist, pussy-grabbing scum that survives by inciting people to hate other subsets of humanity.

e.g., Schkackel says Donald Trump is a vile, evil, lying, criminal, rascist, sexist, traitorous rapist, pussy-grabbing scum who survives by inciting people to hate other subsets of humanity who has earned the title of The Scump.

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alt-reich - Noun. The combined White Nationalist and American Taliban movements taking power in the USA under Donald J. Scump.

e.g., Schlackel says that Steven Miller and the Alt-Reich are taking power under President Scump.

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ichthyous - Of or evocative of a fish symbolizing resurrection.

e.g., Jonah is looking hella ichthyous.

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inicronym - 1. An abbreviation of a phrase that is part initialism (pronounced as a string of letters) and acronym (pronounced as a word). 2. An abbreviation standing for the name of a criminal organization. From iniquity and acronym.

e.g., JPEG, the name of a lossy photo file format, is an inicronym.

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prophespy - 1. To prophesy while conducting extensive surveillance on users for profit. 2. A prophecy endorsed by a search engine.

e.g., Google prophespied that the Third Temple would open in January 2, 2020, on its knowledge panel for the Temple Mount.

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roadsome - Jetsome and Flotsome describe legally define wrecks and cargo debris on seashores and along maritime routes. Roadsome is a word needed to describe the automotive debris and cargo found on road and highway margins.

e.g., I saw some fine roadsome today and picked up a perfectly good tire and rim from the side of US 395.

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vulgocracy - Rule of or by the base, common, and uneducated.

e.g., Before social media, persons of means or wit rose to the top. Now the rabble of the vulgocracy rampage thither and yon on social media.

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lamestream - Used by a select few who actually understand that most everything mainstream culture has to offer is lame.

e.g., Hey dude, you're not mainlining the lamestream again are you? That'll rot your brain.

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slavic - (SLAVE-ick; adj.) Of or pertaining to slaves or slavery.

e.g., Slavic punishments, throughout the history of slavery, have ranged from the rare mild rebuke at one end to the far more common imprisonment, beating, and torture at the other. | Slavic history is fairly horrible.

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titanical - (tie-TAN-ick-al; adj.) Of or pertaining to the Titanic (RMS Titanic, sank 2:20 am on 15 April 1912).

e.g., The Titanical cemetery is in Halifax, Nova Scotia. | The Titanical disaster was titanic, claiming over 1500 lives.

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pretendian - A person who pretends to be an Indian, that is, a Native American. Found in a comment to an article regarding the fuss about events that took place at the Lincoln Memorial on January 17. Activist Nathan Phillips confronted a student from a Covington, Kentucky, Catholic high schoool.

e.g., Like Liz "Pocahontas" Warren and Ward Churchill ... this dude is as likely as not, just another pretendian.

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clinton's legacy - A society in which ten- to sixteen-year-olds (pre-adolescents and adolescents, children all) engage in all kinds of sexual activities and say what they are doing isn't sex.

e.g., Mom, what I'm doing is OK. It's part of Clinton's Legacy.

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sight - Site. A misspelling in an e-mail I received. Also, I presume, a fairly common misspelling for "cite."

e.g., "Is there a way to search the sight?"

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jewish lightning - An insurance fire -- i.e., a fire set deliberately in order to be able to collect insurance. Not at all as uncommon as you might like to think. Used by owners of failing business to bail themselves out of financial trouble.

e.g., "Yes, as small as the town was we had two movie theaters. Both prospered until the early 1950s when many residents got TVs. ... And both mysteriously burned down in the 1960s, corresponding with a further decline in theater goers. More than a few people thought the fires were instances of Jewish lightning.

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dadabase - Suggested by a ytpoe for database. A dadabase is a database holding the names of men who might be the defendant in a paternity suit filed by a promiscuous woman who isn't sure which of several men is the father of her daughter. ... It's hard to find a non-pejorative term for a promiscuous woman, but nowhere near as difficult to find one for a promiscuous man. Several such terms can be found at the linked site. Most of them are words or terms I've never heard before.

e.g., Donna, are any of the men in your dadabase rich? Professional athletes? Rock stars? I think we should concentrate on them before throwing a wider net. No more than three, though.

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cusstormer - A customer so irate she starts cussing up a storm.

e.g., "Any music you choose to play while cusstormers are on hold is likely to piss off some of them, given the state of mind they're in. All I want to know when I'm put on hold (for a long time) is that the line hasn't gone dead. White noise will suffice for that, perhaps in the 55 - 60 dB range."

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tv - Television, of course. Usually capitalized: TV. One of the very few instances where your erstwhile Editrix Extraordinaire (aka LGB) is willing to give up the old ways of capitalizing abbreviations -- and side with the chat room and texting crowd and go with all lower case. "show us you can muster the energy to reach the shift key. text in all lowercase is hard for us to read; text in all uppercase will be rejected."

e.g., "From all the indignant noises I'm at least hearing emanating from the halls of Congress and the, hitherto 'Give Peace a Chance' crowd on cable tv I should think that heck, for all I know Congress could in a day or so round up enough votes to declare war on, not just the usual suspects of the Middle East but the whole world if that's so important."

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pseudo-email - Also pseudoemail, pseudoe-mail, and pseudo-e-mail. E-mails sent to a mobile device via MMS or SMS gateways appear to be an e-mail to the sender and a text message to the receiver. Replies appear to be text messages to the mobile device user and e-mails on the other end. Some people are e-mailers while others are texters. Texters typically use so-called smartphones, while e-mailers use "computer" and … say, flip phones. Luddites use corded landlines

e.g., Please reply to confirm receipt. If you save, a future reply sends pseudo-email. Text to you; e-mail to me. Lets me save texts with images.

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talko - A "typo" is an error when typing; therefore, an error in voice recognition software should be called a "talko"...a nd for added amusement it resembles the word "taco." Maybe in the future the emoji of an actual 🌮 will be used in place of the word.

e.g., I could hardly understand what she was saying in her text because it had so many tacos.

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enneadocracy - (ee-nee-add-DOCK-crass-ee; n.) 1. Literally, "rule of nine", that is, investing government in a council of nine people; 2. control of the United States by its Supreme Court, a group of nine judges, which was never given power to determine constitutionality of anything, but awarded it to itself in Marbury vs. Madison (1803). One who celebrates or champions control by the Supreme Court is an "enneadocrat" (ee-nee-ADD-oh-crat). The Latin form is nonarchy"rule (by) nine" (nona- "nine" + archy "rule"), which can also be interpreted "out of control" (non- "not," "without" + archy "rule," "governance," "control")---just a thought. Cf. "Nazgul" herein. [From Greek εννεαδος enneados “a group of nine” + κρατια kratia “power,” on analogy with democracy “people power" (to whom the power really ought to be returned)]

e.g., The Constitution never envisioned the Supreme Court's usurpation of the legislative and executive powers and its establishment of an enneadocracy.

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notagonna - Not going to. It's only a three-character savings, but I need them to save newsprint.

e.g., " I realize that I must be obsessive-compulse -- neurotic? -- for doing that, but that's notagonna stop me."

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linkaholic - A person addicted to sending links.

e.g., I admit to being a linkaholic -- even though I realize people rarely take links in e-mails. Of course, as my son said to me in the noughts, "You could blog."

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step-hell - (n.) The world from the point of view of us leg amputees, where every house has multiple levels, and every front door has stairs leading up to it, hard to navigate on the best days, even in a prosthetic leg, and impossible in a wheelchair.

e.g., I live in step-hell: no one builds ramps; everyone has to have stairs ... everywhere.

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countical - (adj.) Concretely countable; of or pertaining to a set of discretely enumerable things.

e.g., Factories usually turn out (literal) tons of countical goods. | Dogs and trucks are countical; jello and milk are not, unless packed in separate, countical containers.

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gthese - These. The g is silent. Created to accommodate ytpos -- my own, in particular. In general, the prefix g can be added to the spelling of any word without affecting the way the word is pronounced. Works particularly well with words that already start with g.

e.g., gthese

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acidulicious - (a-SID-yu-LISH-us; adj.) Tasty and tangy like an orange: slightly sour but delicious. [From acidulous "slightly sour" + delicious.]

e.g., Wow, this lemonade is acidulicious. Truly.

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arboromorphic - (AR-bor-o-MOR-fik; adj.) 1. Shaped like a tree; 2. reminiscent of a tree. [From Latin arbor "tree" + Greek morphe "shape."]

e.g., From space, river deltas are arboromorphic: they have a trunk and branches and everything. | Broccoli is oddly arboromorphic; in fact, some have used it to fill in for trees in miniature landscapes. | I have heard it said that the ents in the Lord of the Rings movies are not anthropomorphic trees; that makes them, I guess, arboromorphic ... trees.

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fict - (v.) To make something up, especially a lengthy, detailed something. [From "fiction."]

e.g., As a young father, I ficted hours of stories for my children about an evil, backward Superman called Nam Repus. | It's sad, but some kids tend to excuse themselves by lying, ficting alibis to escape parental punishment.

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nidiculous - A misspelling of the real word 'nidicolous." | From Wikipedia: "A nidicolous animal is an animal that stays at its birthplace for a long time because it depends on its parents for food, protection, and the learning of survival skills. They are the opposite of nidifugous species, which leave their parents more quickly and survive independently." (Will change Wikipedia wording to match.)

e.g., Some of my friends have gone from being nidiculous to being ridiculous.

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cordeal - (core-DEAL; intr. v.) 1. To speak the truth despite its having devastating, even catastrophic consequences; 2. to remain loyal or loving despite monstrous betrayal; 3. to return to assist someone who has turned from you or betrayed you purely out of loyalty; 4. to be brutally honest, even if it hurts the speaker or the hearer. [From Shakespeare's King Lear, who demands that his three daughters (Goneril, Regan, and Cordelia) vie to declare which loves him best. Cordelia refuses, and Lear disowns and banishes her; she nevertheless returns and attempts to save her father after Goneril and Regan rebel and usurp the royal authority.] (cf. "Learize," "Gonerillify," and "Reganate.")

e.g., If you read the whole of Perrault's Cinderella, you discover that Cinderella cordeals amazingly, finding wealthy husbands for her cruel stepsisters and taking no vengeance on he evil stepmother.

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stumthing - A cross between stuff and something. This word is used to describe something vague that can't quite be remembered or readily identified.

e.g., There is stumthing I really like about this place ... I'm not sure what it is, but it's stumthing. | I have stumthing caught in my throat. | There is stumthing on my windshield and I can't get it off.

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bumblethumb - When you superlike on Tinder by accident after spending a day on Bumble.

e.g., Damn, I bumblethumbed. I swiped up and superliked someone when I was just trying to see her pics. I wasn't even interested, not really.

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bellet - An art form combining the moves of ballet and the belly dance. Capitalization recommended as a proper name.

e.g., Let's go to the Bellet tonight.

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graycade, greycade - The period, corresponding approximately with the 2010s, characterized by gray paint and other materials in architecture and interior design.

e.g., In this decade we've seen gray everything (cars, kitchens, etc.) and also too many annoying blended words like "staycation." Thus it might as well be remembered as the graycade.

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tv - Television, lower-cased abbreviation. In general, I'm opposed to the way the English language is being diminished by the use of chat room talk and texting. However, I'm ready to make my first disgruntled and hesitant step into the 21st century and its obsession with so-called smart devices. You must admit that, for a typist whose skills are rapidly waning, not having to use the shift key is, indeed convenient.

e.g., "Even though ads on tv claim that one in five 'relationships' start on the Internet today, the probablilty that that will ever happen with me is infinitesimally small -- virtually zero. Perhaps slightly greater -- maybe close to the probability that matter will escape a black hole. Do you realize that eventually, over time, a black hole will disappear?" "Dad, doesn't time cease to exist in a black hole? If it does, I'm a bit puzzled by the notion of a black hole 'disappearing over time.' Aren't you?" "Well, now that you mention it, son, I guess I am. ... Back to the drawing board." "Dad, I think there's a TED talk on this very subject." "Ted the Bear? I didn't know he was still around. Or that he could talk. Wonder of wonders."

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pseudo-link - A link to the pseudodictionary, especially a link to a word in the lexicon.

e.g., The link given for this entry is a pseudo-link.

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trendsnob - /trend-snob, trenz-nob/ n.: a person who holds in contempt styles that are no longer in fashion and looks condescendingly on those who do not follow current trends.

e.g., I saw my childhood home listed on a real-estate website, and cried because some trendsnob ruined it with so-called updates.

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gemus - People who must complete or finish any game that they started playing.

e.g., Ethan isn't just a boy who loves video games but he's such a gemu sometimes that he doesn't even sleep or eat because of his obsession.

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redogulous - A descriptive word for times when your dog is being ridiculous.

e.g., Jett Washington being redogulous when she wanted my attention while I was on the phone.

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mickey mouse's adventure is playing out with trump's hollywood s - Mickey Mouse's adventure is playing out with Trump's Hollywood star. Trump-haters, using a pickaxe, rather than Mickey's axe, destroyed Trump's star, only to have it multiply. Bigly.

e.g., Mickey Mouse's adventure is playing out with Trump's Hollywood star. Trump-haters, using a pickaxe, rather than Mickey's axe, destroyed Trump's star, only to have it multiply. Bigly.

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inciteful - Insightful.

e.g., "Your mini op ed is shockingly inciteful!" [John Dawson]

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vehicularly disinclined - Abhorrence of or for automotive work/repairs.

e.g., Steve is vehicularly disinclined. He throws wrenches in the street while cussing profusely as he changes a tire.

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eclecstacy - The satiation felt when things from all over come together.

e.g., The furnishings of this room give me great eclecstasy.

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absolute insanity - Any speech or actions you can't understand at all.

e.g., My childrens' absolute insanity may be due to a generation gap.

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isolatude - The quiet you get inside your head when you obey your reclusive behavior. Isolitude.{Duplicate}

e.g., I like the islolatude I get when I stay the hell away from people.

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fractofragmentannoyance - The desperation you feel inside your head after a while of obeying your reclusive behavior.

e.g., After a few weeks of solitude, my fractofragmentannoyance starts to eat at my soul.

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crumbage - Where all the extra flavospice hides in a bag of chips, box of cookies, etc. What's left in the bottom of the container.

e.g., I like the crumbage; it's most tasty.

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overspiceage grandioso - Something like adding 3/4 cup of cumin to your two lbs. of potato salad.

e.g., When I put the 15 habaneros in my salsa I had no idea it would be overspiceage grandioso.

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