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muggle

(noun) : A non-magical person in the Harry Potter world

Submitted by: Anonymous on Oct. 20, 2007 22:41

cattitude

(noun) : the apparently aloof behavior of a cat

Submitted by: Theresa Enos from Arizona on Aug. 12, 2009 16:04

phonophobia (noun) : Fear of answering yet another of the many telephone calls received by an individual each day. Especially for someone who answers phones for a living or as part of their office duty assignment. Telephone call answering burnout.

I have phonophobia.

Submitted by: MelKat from Ohio on Jun. 20, 2006 14:41

Filmatic

(adjective) : Pertaining to a film.

The movie used different filmatic ideas to get it's theme across. Also to get people to understand the theme.

Submitted by: Wikipedian from Canada on Jun. 20, 2006 13:58

aquadextrous

(adjective) : Possessing the ability to turn the bathtub tap on and off with your toes.

I am aquadextrous.

Submitted by: Meko from Alabama on Apr. 20, 2007 15:47

positivity (noun) : Completely positive; opposite of negativity

The classroom was brimming with postivity.

Submitted by: Melanie from Illinois on Jun. 20, 2006 13:12

nosebody (noun) : An extremely prying, officious or inquisitive person (pejorative - combination of nosey and busybody)

Tell that nosebody to mind her own business.

Submitted by: ImLioness from Illinois on Jun. 20, 2006 12:19

jimmy-rig (verb) : To forcibly make something work with a temporary fix. (combination of jimmy and jury-rig)

He jimmy-rigged the the loose fan by wedging a butter knife in the fan mount.

Submitted by: ImLioness from Illinois on Jun. 20, 2006 12:03

badditude (noun) : a: a overtly negative attitude b: an invariably belligerent or ornery response to all people, concepts, and situations

The old man's badditude frightens all the neighbourhood children.

Submitted by: L. Storie from Canada on Jun. 20, 2006 10:37

deceivious

(adjective) : devious and deceptive

his mind works in deceivious ways.

Submitted by: T Clere from Oklahoma on Sep. 24, 2007 16:30

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