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Wusted (verb) : To be embarrassed

I have never been so wusted.

Submitted by: Sharon from North Carolina on Jan. 21, 2006 21:12

Hoosierville (noun) : The state of Indiana.

It is freezing cold here in Hoosierville.

Submitted by: Tom Troyer from Indiana on Jan. 21, 2006 20:54

sweaterbug (noun) : a wooly caterpillar

Momma, come out and see the SWEATERBUG I just saw!

Submitted by: Norm Elliott from Pennsylvania on Jan. 21, 2006 20:39

niephew

(noun) : the child of one's sibling : a niece or nephew

Submitted by: Emily Fenton from Washington on Oct. 06, 2014 23:37

DEFUGALTY (noun) : A SERIOUS PROBLEM, AN ARCANE MESS, THE DISTURBANCES OF COGNITION RESULTING FROM CHAOTIC CONDITIONS OR SITUATIONS

WE HAVE A SERIOUS DEFUGALTY HERE. MY MIND WAS BESET BY DEFUGALTY WHEN I SAW THE DEVASTATION FROM THE HURRICANES.

Submitted by: BARD OF LANCASHIRE from Colorado on Jan. 21, 2006 20:28

cahootie (noun) : A small blemish or rough place on a smooth surface

We need to sand this cahootie off this piece of wood.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Jan. 21, 2006 20:28

technophile (adjective) : One who is adept at using all kinds of different technology.

Jim is such a technophile. He just bought one of those new iPods.

Submitted by: Booskitty from South Carolina on Jan. 21, 2006 20:27

niephew

(noun) : the child of one's sibling : a niece or nephew

Submitted by: Emily Fenton from Washington on Oct. 06, 2014 23:37

possiblutely

(adverb) : Almost certain, but not quite ready to commit to the complete accuracy of the idea

Are the Pittsburgh Steelers going to win Superbowl XL? Possibutely The Pittsburgh Steelers are possibutely going to win Super Bowl XL!!!

Submitted by: Hank on Jan. 21, 2006 20:22

disastersize (verb) : To imagine catastraphies that could happen and stress out over the possibilities. To worry exessively.

I will disastersize about my losing my job.

Submitted by: Booskitty from South Carolina on Jan. 21, 2006 20:00

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