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ridunculous (adjective) : ridiculous and impossible all rolled into one word

I ate a ridunculous meal.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Apr. 10, 2007 14:51

dementor

(noun) : A fictional character based on J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter Series, whose main purpose is to suck the happiness and joy from its victim.

Two dementors attacked Harry and Dudley last summer at Little Whinging. —cathy malonzo, Harry Potter Series, 090607

Submitted by: cathy from Philippines on Sep. 05, 2007 12:30

conversate

(verb) : to engage in a discussion

In anticipation of the celebrity's appearance, the fans refrained from conversating with one another.

Submitted by: Erica M from New Jersey on Jul. 25, 2008 01:57

compy (noun) : a shortened version of "computer," specifically referring to one's closest technological device - used as a term of endearment.

My compy's having problems today

Submitted by: N. Young from Alabama on Apr. 10, 2007 11:29

glurp (noun) : stomach noises.

I hear your stomach going glurp, glurp! —a commercial on TV

Submitted by: Croc404 from Virginia on Apr. 10, 2007 11:18

Eastmas (noun) : Cold Easter, especially with snow. (Christmas + Easter) A synonym for Chreaster.

Submitted by: Croc404 from Virginia on Apr. 10, 2007 11:10

Chreaster

(noun) : (also spelled Chreester) A person who only goes to church on major church holidays, esp. Christmas/Christmas Eve and Easter.

That person is a Chreaster; she only attends church on major church holidays.

Submitted by: Patti W. from Illinois on Feb. 24, 2008 15:08

Purdle (verb) : To run exaggeratingly fast - as though driven by intense fear or pursuit; Hilariously speeding as in a cartoon-like fashion.

He was purdling across the meadow. (being pursued by a wild animal for example)

Submitted by: Anonymous on Apr. 10, 2007 05:12

ditchway (noun) : The path in which a ditch is formed and water flows.

As soon as the runway is established the ditchways need to be finished.

Submitted by: Steven King from Alabama on Apr. 09, 2007 22:39

intrapersonal (adjective) : existing within your own mind

Submitted by: Anonymous on Apr. 09, 2007 22:00

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