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emaul (verb) : to send spiteful or aggressive email
"I was just emauled by an angry employee."
Submitted by: Rod Moline from Alaska on Jul. 23, 2008 18:07
emauled (adjective) : deluged by emails
I came back from vacation and spent the morning catching up - I was totally emauled.
Submitted by: Mindy from New Jersey on May. 05, 2009 22:30
embacon (verb) : To add bacon(American version of bacon) to anything eatable, in order to add to the enjoyment of the food and life.
The portobello mushrooms veggie burger was not satisfying, so I embaconed it. Now it is awesome!
Submitted by: Anonymous on Jul. 30, 2007 16:00
embarrabask (verb) : to feel pleasure when someone else experiences misfortune
Submitted by: Anthony Hill from Connecticut on Feb. 12, 2015 13:22
(verb) : to add content (such as video or sound files) to a web page as a link from another web page
Submitted by: Harold Nolte from Utah on Oct. 19, 2010 10:10
(verb) : to travel as a journalist with a military unit on active duty
Mr. Bartlett said he had been part of the decision to embed reporters with military units in Iraq, a development that led to live and up-close coverage of the initial invasion. Critics said embedding co-opted the news coverage. —Jim Rutenberg, New York Times, June 2, 2007
Submitted by: Anonymous on Sep. 12, 2007 11:48
(noun) : an instance or period of a journalist traveling with a military unit : an instance or period of being embedded
If we're on an embed and we're dealing with these Iraqi forces, they're going to be very careful in what they say, because their American paymasters essentially are standing around. —Michael Ware, CNN, September 11, 2007
Submitted by: Anonymous on Sep. 12, 2007 11:40
(verb) : to enlarge (as an online image) for better viewing
Submitted by: Lynne Meinen from Illinois on Nov. 03, 2009 10:33
(verb) : to make large or larger
Submitted by: Natasha Gilmore from Washington on Jul. 06, 2008 10:54
(verb) : to make bigger
A noble spirit embiggens the smallest man. —The Simpsons
Submitted by: Conan the Grammarian from New York on Aug. 31, 2007 15:32
emergentology (noun) : emergency medicine
Submitted by: Anonymous on Jan. 24, 2013 12:29
Emerging Technology (noun) : technology that is happening now
Emerging Technology is things that are happening now —Sarah Ladner, Classroom, 2006
Submitted by: Anonymous on Feb. 14, 2006 09:17
Emerilize (verb) : To kick something up a notch, improve, or make fancier or stronger.
She emerilized her essay by choosing strong adjectives and active verbs.
Submitted by: Anonymous from Rhode Island on Feb. 03, 2008 14:55
EMFophobia (noun) : fear of EMF radiation
My mother has EMFophobia because she is afraid of radiation from wireless devices.
Submitted by: Anonymous on Feb. 23, 2017 11:14