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Oherent (adjective) : Obvious in nature and craft, as though by design. Something which leaves little for debate.

The time and effort it would take to do her taxes was an oherent by-product of her need for a return.

Submitted by: Vinsanity from Texas on Jan. 23, 2006 09:36

jerkle (noun) : A word used to describe someone that is a thorn in your side. Stronger than "jerk", but kinder than "@$%&hole". Fun to say when you are mad.

Everyone in the car laughed when Bob lost his cool and called the poor driver in front of him a jerkle!

Submitted by: Bob Anderson from Indiana on Jan. 23, 2006 09:30

catpitulate : Give in to your cat

I catpitulated to Scruffy's demand for the mouse.

Submitted by: Darlene Propp from California on Jan. 23, 2006 08:48

minimalist (adjective) : One who shuns the comforts of a modern lifestyle.

Jerry got rid of all of his televisions. He's turning into a minimalist.

Submitted by: Booskitty from South Carolina on Jan. 23, 2006 08:45

downscalator

(noun) : an escalator that is descending

Submitted by: Stephen I. Field from Michigan on Jun. 12, 2011 07:47

magooed

(verb) : To lose any competition to an opponent who succeeds despite having no idea that they have overcome incredible odds against them to succeed.

The bank robbers were magooed when the old security guard opened the bank window during the robbery. A car backfired outside and they gave up thinking he fired a gun. —Barry C. Bumpus, Boston, MA, Jan. 28, 1975

Submitted by: Barry C. Bumpus from Arizona on Jan. 23, 2006 05:34

simplicate

(verb) : to simplify

I wish they would simplicate this program.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Jan. 27, 2007 19:19

jick

(verb) : To unfairly or rudely cheat someone; to gain from causing someone else harm.

"I didn't win the Smash Brothers tournament. I was jicked in the last round."

Submitted by: Shannon L. from Illinois on Jan. 23, 2006 01:48

phrinque (pronounced frink) (noun) : Small extraneous lines or dots left on a chalkboard or a whiteboard when not completely erased.

Would you erase the board better? All the phrinques you left look like accent marks or periods where they shouldn't be.

Submitted by: atommyco from Washington on Jan. 23, 2006 01:47

jick

(verb) : To unfairly or rudely cheat someone; to gain from causing someone else harm.

"I didn't win the Smash Brothers tournament. I was jicked in the last round."

Submitted by: Shannon L. from Illinois on Jan. 23, 2006 01:48

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