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Evac (noun) : evacuatiom
We are having an early evac today
Submitted by: Max G. from New York on Oct. 07, 2005 20:32
evacation (noun) : an act or instance of escaping a natural disaster by relocating temporarily as if on a vacation
When I fled hurricane Maria, I took a two-week evacation to my Mom's home up north.
Submitted by: Kirstyn Goncalves from Florida on Oct. 12, 2017 12:25
evacuable (adjective) : referring to a volume of something able to be placed under vacuum; also: referring to a space from which persons or things may be removed or evacuated
Submitted by: Andrew Wilds from Arizona on Jan. 06, 2010 14:06
evaluable (and nonevaluable) (adjective) : Able to be evaluated
Analysis of the fully evaluable population (the 203 who complied with treatment and returned for evaluation) also indicated no significant differences for any outcome measure. —Solomon, PR, et al., JAMA v.288, no.7 pp.845-40, August 21, 2002
Submitted by: Little Bro from California on Jan. 24, 2007 20:11
evasionary (adjective) : Describes a tactic that involves evasive action.
Circumlocution is a long, syntactical, evasionary tactic that avoids or delays giving a candid answer or admitting a truth.
Submitted by: Kim Kadletz from California on Jan. 18, 2007 23:36
evenity (noun) : fairness or justness in any manner
There is no "evenity" in what you did.
Submitted by: Jake Shaps from Massachusetts on Dec. 11, 2006 08:37
eventify (verb) : to fill with events, to make more eventful.
Let's think how we could eventify our next vacation. You know I love you but our relationship is becoming a routine. I'm looking for some ways to eventify it. It seems desirable to eventify one's life, but this might prove distracting or even destructive for life itself. —Mikhail Epstein, Predictionary, 2003
Submitted by: Mikhail Epstein from Georgia Us on Apr. 03, 2007 19:23
(verb) : to create an event around something (such as a film premier)
In the public mind, opening weekends have been eventized. —Thomas Tull, NYTimes, 7/9/08
Submitted by: Anonymous on Jul. 08, 2008 22:54
(verb) : to turn a product or service into an event : to make an occurrence, such as the release of a book, movie, or video game, seem momentous or exciting
We really need to eventize the hell out of this release. —Jon Gertner, The New York Times, November 14, 2004
Submitted by: joserey from Florida on Mar. 20, 2008 18:52
eventologist (noun) : one who organizes an event, party, or gathering
Submitted by: paula from Philippines on Jan. 10, 2010 00:30
eventual (noun) : a driver of an automobile that continuously uses a directional signal without turning
The eventual driving the sedan has had his turn signal on for the past 4 miles. —Jerry Seinfeld, Seinfeld, 1990's
Submitted by: J. SwizL from Florida on Sep. 28, 2005 08:19