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(noun) : a smokeless tobacco product of moist pulverized tobacco

Fans and players are prohibited from using all tobacco products including smoke-free products like vaporizers, chewing tobacco, and snus. —Henry McKenna, Boston.com, April 12, 2016

Submitted by: Anonymous on Apr. 12, 2016 07:55

snownado (noun) : a tornado-like formation of snow

Submitted by: Sharon from Indiana on Apr. 08, 2016 17:30

intactivist (noun) : a person who opposes circumcision and especially the non-medically necessary circumcision of male infants

U.S. law leaves the ultimate decision of whether or not to circumcise children up to each parent, to be made after consultation with doctors. But intactivists believe that this decision should lie with the affected parties: parents should not circumcise children without their consent. —Sarah Holder, The Yale Herald, December 4, 2015

Submitted by: Trent Carroll from New York on Apr. 08, 2016 17:11

techknowledgy (adjective) : having knowledge of technology

Submitted by: Jonte\' Love from Tennessee on Apr. 08, 2016 15:53


(adjective) : unfair or unequal

Submitted by: Lucas Pokrywa from Canada on Apr. 08, 2016 05:16

reclaimification (noun) : reclamation

Submitted by: Nathaniel Kemp from Nevada on Apr. 08, 2016 02:50

broken nester (noun) : a parent whose child has died

Submitted by: Penelope J Wheater from Mississippi on Apr. 07, 2016 08:48

qualilicious (adjective) : delicious and of good quality

The the dinner we had last night at Robert's house was qualilicious.

Submitted by: Fernando from California on Apr. 06, 2016 12:46

vegavore (noun) : someone who rarely eats meat

As a vegavore, I prefer to eat meat only once a month.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Apr. 06, 2016 10:41

verbal vampire

(noun) : a person whose talking is so incessant and boring that it drains the life out of those forced to listen and makes them want to run away

When Mary explained the specifics of corporate policy, she was a verbal vampire.

Submitted by: EagleEye580 from New York on Apr. 05, 2016 13:09