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naridiction (adjective) : failure to use the dictionary

...her naridiction was well evidenced by the numerous errors in spelling one found in her essays.

Submitted by: Paul Burns from Washington on Jan. 06, 2006 17:57

snile (verb) : A smile with a sneer. A Tom DeLay facial expression.

When she asked the fundamentalist Republican legislator about contributions to casinos, all he did was snile back at her, beamingly.

Submitted by: Byron Black from Indonesia on Jan. 06, 2006 17:34


(adjective) : The act or operation of melting.

That cheese burritto is melty. —Taco Bell commercial

Submitted by: Jenna Nobel from Florida on Jan. 24, 2006 11:14

jiboni (noun) : anonymous person, usually clueless or otherwise held in lesser regard than that of a normal person. Also, human form of widget. Plural form - jibonis

I had to wait on a jiboni who could not make up their mind what to order.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Jan. 06, 2006 17:28

Juhunga (noun) : imaginary way out-of-the-way locale that is very hard to get to, especially by air. Differentiated by East and West, East Juhunga being larger of the two.

My aunt lives in East Juhunga and she wants me to come visit but I can't find anyone who flies there.

Submitted by: Dr. Dave from Florida on Jan. 06, 2006 17:10


(noun) : [disaster + catastrophe] a horrific event

Submitted by: Anonymous on Jun. 18, 2008 18:08


(noun) : the sticky coating on the cinema floor caused by soda spills not being cleaned for many years

My shoes are stuck in cinemuck. —Rich Hall, Sniglets, 1980s

Submitted by: Rick C on Aug. 20, 2008 09:05


(noun) : a person who is part white and part Mexican

Submitted by: Anonymous on Sep. 18, 2012 12:06

pollyana hallmark (noun) : "POllYANNA HALLMARK" someone who is an eternal optimist. not necessarily a goody goody.

Submitted by: beezur on Jan. 06, 2006 15:41

schmoo (noun) : a small bit of lint or unknown material that one person brushes or picks of another persons clothes.

You have some schmoo on your sweater.

Submitted by: john s from Georgia Us on Jan. 06, 2006 15:37

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