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scanxiety

(noun) : anxiety resulting from undergoing a diagnostic scan or waiting for the results of such a scan

I am experiencing extreme scanxiety because I have a scan next week!

Submitted by: Devon from Pennsylvania on Jan. 19, 2016 15:06


scanxiety

(noun) : anxiety resulting from undergoing a diagnostic scan or waiting for the results of such a scan

I am experiencing extreme scanxiety because I have a scan next week!

Submitted by: Devon from Pennsylvania on Jan. 19, 2016 15:06


wexting (verb) : texting while walking

John was wexting her on his way to work.

Submitted by: on Jan. 15, 2016 23:13


bewareful (adjective) : careful and aware

She was bewareful as she moved the cake to the table.

Submitted by: Jensen from New York on Jan. 14, 2016 09:46


betterfication (noun) : the act or process of increasing the quality of something

Great leaders are more committed to the betterfication of the organization than the betterfication of themselves.

Submitted by: on Jan. 13, 2016 20:01


betterfy

(verb) : to make (something) better : improve

Having a well-rounded education is a great way to betterfy your life, as it provides you with more opportunities.

Submitted by: Joe Christie from Missouri on Jan. 13, 2016 19:56


voluntourist (noun) : a tourist who volunteers at his or her destination

As a voluntourist, John is able to travel to places while participating as a volunteer in worthy causes.

Submitted by: Greg Salido Quimpo from Philippines on Jan. 13, 2016 00:42


amatonormativity

(noun) : the assumption that a central, exclusive, amorous relationship is normal for humans, is a universally shared goal, and that such a relationship is normative

Submitted by: Anonymous on Jan. 11, 2016 22:09


transcompute

(verb) : to transfer printed or oral text to a computer

Bank of America decided to transcompute their primitive accounting sheets from the 1930s, so they would be able to access documents over the internet.

Submitted by: Daniel Hanasab from California on Jan. 11, 2016 21:13


verocious (adjective) : vicious and ferocious

Submitted by: Cindy Hop from New York on Jan. 11, 2016 01:13