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perminary (adjective) : temporary but with a chance of becoming permanent

I installed an antenna on a perminary basis.

Submitted by: John Zwosta from Washington on Jun. 25, 2015 10:33

non-aqueous coolant (noun) : a coolant that does not contain water

Submitted by: Anonymous on Jun. 23, 2015 11:22

nip nap (noun) : a short nap

Submitted by: on Jun. 22, 2015 07:45

koanthymia (noun) : a depression resulting from the inability to describe or explain an idea

When I think too much about it, the crushing weight of koanthymia hits me hard and I just want to give up on trying.

Submitted by: Bau from Connecticut on Jun. 22, 2015 07:34

nagative (adjective) : negatively nagging

I wish she would stop being so nagative about politics.

Submitted by: Addy from Washington on Jun. 21, 2015 14:25

fuser (noun) : something or someone that fuses or causes fusion

If the toner ink rubs off your laser printed sheet, the fuser is bad and needs to be replaced.

Submitted by: George from Texas on Jun. 21, 2015 09:01

future-proof (adjective) : enduring : lasting

Submitted by: Anonymous on Jun. 13, 2015 13:26

wikihole (noun) : an extended period of time spent reading Wikipedia articles

I meant to just take a minute to look up Superman on Wikipedia, but was caught in a wikihole for hours.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Jun. 12, 2015 18:33

mediaphile (noun) : a person who collects or has a great love of digital media

Mediaphiles waited with bated breath for the early release of Orange Is the New Black Season 3.

Submitted by: Whitney from South Carolina on Jun. 12, 2015 00:08

touron

(noun) : a moronic tourist

Submitted by: Robert Seiple from Ohio on Jun. 11, 2015 13:37

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