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lasterday

(noun) : a day before today

We went fishing lasterday.

Submitted by: Morgan from Florida on Apr. 26, 2015 11:33

mantrum

(noun) : a tantrum thrown by a man

James did not get his way so he threw a mantrum.

Submitted by: Sheila from Oregon on Apr. 24, 2015 23:48

carbageddon (noun) : an overload of carbohydrates

"Why are these doughnuts and onion rings served in tower form, and why are there so damn many?" you ask, grasping for some fleeting justification, some vague context for the unholy carbageddon the universe has crumbled into. —Nick O'Malley, MassLive [online], March 25, 2015

Submitted by: Anonymous on Apr. 24, 2015 13:01

jank (adjective) : very annoying or unpleasant

This homework we have tonight is jank! I'm not going to do it!

Submitted by: Maddie Nowosielski from Michigan on Apr. 23, 2015 12:45

painsomnia (noun) : insomnia caused by pain

I had a horrible migraine when I went to bed, and the pain kept me up all night with a bout of painsomnia.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Apr. 21, 2015 05:38

fictionary

(noun) : a word that is not yet in the dictionary

Submitted by: Spencer from Washington on Apr. 20, 2015 01:39

preenact (verb) : to rehearse for an event, conversation, etc., that is expected to happen in the future

Submitted by: Shannon from Georgia Us on Apr. 18, 2015 16:42

brinner

(noun) : dinner for breakfast or breakfast for dinner

We're having eggs and bacon for brinner.

Submitted by: on Apr. 17, 2015 17:34

failcascade (noun) : the quick and unexpected demise of a large social group

Submitted by: Anonymous on Apr. 17, 2015 03:07

suckuppery (noun) : obsequious behavior : the fine art of sucking up to another, especially an authority figure

Jacob had so perfected the art of suckuppery that he was able to compliment his way out of a speeding ticket.

Submitted by: Texgnome1 from Texas on Apr. 16, 2015 13:08

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