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pandeistic (adjective) : of or relating to pandeism

Jubal... honestly believes in his own free will, which Mike, Jill, and the Fosterites misinterpret as a pandeistic urge, ‘Thou art God!’ —Dan Schneider, Review of Stranger In A Strange Land (Uncut), 7/29/05

Submitted by: Anonymous on Dec. 10, 2006 16:20

ornithophile (noun) : one who loves birds

Julie is an ornithophile; she has 10 birdfeeders in her backyard!

Submitted by: Nissi from California on Dec. 10, 2006 15:39

abruptitude (noun) : the quality of extreme suddenness

The abruptitude of the snake's strike was so fast I did not even see him move.

Submitted by: Ryan Muller from Massachusetts on Dec. 10, 2006 13:48


(verb) : to make more precise

We precisified our estimates based on the new information.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Feb. 21, 2009 10:32

ridicularity (noun) : the extremes of ridiculous resolutions or decisions or actions that have been taken in certain situations.

The ridicularity of his response left me speechless. I could not have forseen the heights of ridicularity that they would go to make thier case on this issue...

Submitted by: David E. Moore from Texas on Dec. 10, 2006 02:07

PIC (abbreviation) : partner in crime (also pic, p.i.c., P.I.C.) literal or figurative

This is my PIC, Jenny.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Dec. 09, 2006 22:42


(verb) : to attack a player at a disadvantage in a video game

Submitted by: Anonymous on Jan. 11, 2007 20:38

slumberjack (noun) : one who snores loudly

My brother is a real slumberjack, I don't know how he doesn't wake himself up.

Submitted by: Mike from Pennsylvania on Dec. 09, 2006 13:18

levular (adjective) : Having the quality of being on a level.

Mike was good at darts, however, Chris's abilitly was levular with Elliot's, which was still not enough to win.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Dec. 09, 2006 02:54


(noun) : Believing something is true from the gut, or inside. Using life experiences of learnings to make something seem true

Submitted by: Anonymous on Dec. 31, 2007 15:57