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mamarazzi (noun) : Paparazzi who dress in drag to fool their celebrity targets.

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt had a hard time shaking off the mamarazzi who hounded them in Namibia.

Submitted by: Zahra from Malaysia on Apr. 25, 2006 20:44

intense coloration (other) : coloring, but intensely

Now students use intense coloration on the worksheet. —Mr. Wilson, School

Submitted by: Anonymous on Apr. 25, 2006 16:10

gimongous

(adjective) : [gigantic + humongous] extremely large

You should have seen that rogue wave. It was gimongous!

Submitted by: musical.girl from California on Sep. 16, 2008 00:43

Dookey (noun) : Slang for a bowel movement, often used in the south-east by children.

"Bobby left the bathroom without flushing his dookey." I first heard this word about 20 years ago in NC. I would stay with my grandmother during summer months, and it was used by my cousins.

Submitted by: Garrett from New Hampshire on Apr. 25, 2006 12:52

Sexiful (adjective) : Very beautiful or sexy

She is very Sexiful —Woody Allen, Whats Up Tiger Lily

Submitted by: Greg Howell from Kentucky on Apr. 25, 2006 11:17

hippoplasty (noun) : What results when a surgeon screws up a rhinoplasty.

Jane Doe went for a rhinoplasty but ended up with a hippoplasty.

Submitted by: Zahra from Malaysia on Apr. 25, 2006 01:37

multislacking (verb) : To do more than one thing that does not require much though or energy at one time.

Kim was multislacking because she was eating chips, watching TV, and playing a game on her laptop computer all at the same time.

Submitted by: Rianna from Colorado on Apr. 25, 2006 01:17

weenus

(noun) : The loose skin covering the outside of the elbow joint.

"You have a looser weenus than I do." "You could use some moisturizer for your face, hands, knees and weenus."

Submitted by: Courtney Krygier on Feb. 27, 2007 22:41

sneezure

(noun) : multiple sudden sneezes

Ken had to leave the room when he was hit with a sneezure in the middle of his presentation.

Submitted by: brett from Missouri on Apr. 21, 2009 14:25

fetch

(adjective) : to be trendy, groovy or happening

When Valerie bought a new skirt, Cortney told her "That is so fetch!"

Submitted by: Anastaisa Beaverhausin from Ohio on Mar. 17, 2007 09:24

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