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grustle (verb) : to work energetically

Submitted by: on Sep. 05, 2014 21:42

observationologist (noun) : a specialist in observing

Submitted by: on Sep. 05, 2014 10:59

Hilliography (noun) : a biography of Hillary Clinton

The complaint then was that networks would favor Mrs. Clinton's candidacy under the guise of providing entertainment; the committee threatened to boycott the debates held by networks that went ahead with their Hilliographies. —Alessandra Stanley, New York Times, September 3, 2014

Submitted by: Anonymous on Sep. 05, 2014 10:10

protoscience (noun) : a field of study (such as cryptozoology or ufology) that has not become scientifically established but follows scientific method

Submitted by: Anonymous on Sep. 05, 2014 00:45

murse

(noun) : a nurse who is a man

Submitted by: on Mar. 11, 2015 04:04

swasome (adjective) : awesome and sweet at the same time

Submitted by: jake from West Virginia on Sep. 03, 2014 18:15

granddog (noun) : the dog of one's son or daughter

Submitted by: Jo-Ann L. Hunter (from D.C,) on Sep. 03, 2014 13:19

hairism (noun) : prejudice or discrimination against someone because of his or her hair

Submitted by: on Sep. 03, 2014 09:38

copycatery (noun) : the practice of copycatting

Submitted by: Anonymous on Sep. 03, 2014 01:08

bazinga

(interjection) : -used to emphasize a trick or witty remark

Submitted by: Anonymous on Sep. 02, 2014 21:39

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