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garoom (noun) : a garage reconstructed into a bedroom
I decided my room wasn't big enough, so I made a garoom.
Submitted by: Lil Croc and HenDog from Texas on Feb. 27, 2018 20:39
culaccino (noun) : the mark left on a table by a cold or wet glass
Submitted by: Ebonique Bosby-Carter from Georgia Us on Feb. 26, 2018 21:12
(noun) : animated movements edited on television, film, etc.
He loved the animovements in the great movie.
Submitted by: Quin from New Hampshire on Feb. 26, 2018 19:37
flexecution (noun) : the execution of a plan, mission, etc., in a flexible way
While plans are great to make, it doesn't always go the right direction, so I have to be flexible with my time and be able to execute a mission on demand. Flexecution
Submitted by: on Feb. 26, 2018 15:34
postmealing (noun) : the time spent chatting and hanging out with close friends and family after a meal
Postmealing must be difficult for introverts because not only do they have to spend time among others eating a meal, but then also chatting about many topics afterwards for a prolonged period of time.
Submitted by: Maral Meredova from Georgia Us on Feb. 26, 2018 13:13
emojination (noun) : the act or power to interpret emojis or emoticons in text messages or social media
When he asked her out for a date, she responded with two emoticons and left it to his emojination to guess the answer.
Submitted by: Uninformer from India on Feb. 23, 2018 02:30
decrementally (adverb) : decreasing in increments
Submitted by: Anonymous on Feb. 22, 2018 21:11
wuffle (noun) : noise generated from wind blowing over an open car window
That wuffle is driving me crazy.
Submitted by: Daniel Zielaski from California on Feb. 22, 2018 15:37
scientry (noun) : the pursuit or practice of science as a career
When Billy grows up he says he wants to do rocket scientry.
Submitted by: Chen from Australia on Feb. 22, 2018 06:49
graphephevrist (noun) : the inventor of a writing system
Truly, however, I cannot help but stand in awe at the graphephevrist who devised this tightly integrated writing system. —Robert Bradford Lewis, phaistosdisk.com, 2015
Submitted by: Robert Bradford Lewis from Oregon on Feb. 21, 2018 16:27