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message 1: by janine (new)

janine | 7715 comments apparently thousands of words are starving from underuse. so go here, pick a word, and use it in a post. (warning: they speak)

i'll go first.

i hope this thread is not prescited to an early death.

my pick: prescited. adj. predestined for damnation; condemned


message 2: by Cosmic Sher (new)

Cosmic Sher (sherart) | 2234 comments Love it!

I believe there is no higher calling than a mulomedic vocation.

my adopted word: mulomedic. adj. relating to the medical care of mules


message 3: by RandomAnthony (new)

RandomAnthony | 14536 comments mingent: adj., discharging urine

Janine, I love you forever for introducing this word to me. I'm practically mingent.


message 4: by Dr. Detroit (new)

Dr. Detroit | 6031 comments Unctuous: adj., smooth and greasy in texture or appearance


message 5: by janine (new)

janine | 7715 comments RandomAnthony wrote: "mingent: adj., discharging urine

Janine, I love you forever for introducing this word to me. I'm practically mingent."


are you sure that's not because of the panchymagogue you're taking?

panchymagogue, n., medicine purging body fluids from the body


message 6: by RandomAnthony (new)

RandomAnthony | 14536 comments high-fives Janine


message 7: by Janice (new)

Janice (jamasc) Vacivity: n., emptiness

There is vacivity in my life if I don't check up on my TerminalCoffee friends each day.


message 8: by Kailey (new)

Kailey (lukutuokka) Hey! Adimpleate my coffee cup!
Adimpleate v. to fill up


message 9: by janine (new)

janine | 7715 comments i am an aquabib by nature, but i wouldn't refuse a homerkin of beer.

aquabib, n., water-drinker
homerkin, n., liquid measure for beer



message 10: by Lobstergirl, el principe (new)

Lobstergirl | 24357 comments Mod
My jussulent bladder jostled violently as the Conestoga wagon carried Horace and me over the mountain, Horace's tender prostate tudiculated by the ruts of all the triclavianist-Mormons' wagon wheels preceding us.

jussulent: full of broth or soup
tudiculate: to bruise or pound
triclavianism: the belief that only three nails were used at Christ's crucifixion



message 11: by Brittomart (new)

Brittomart I like saying the word "vampirarchy."


message 12: by Jan (new)

Jan | 241 comments I'm glad there is no interfation on this message board, as I want to be able to have my say, when I want to say it.


(n. act of cutting in another while speaking)


message 13: by Jan (new)

Jan | 241 comments Btw, I love this unique link.


message 14: by janine (new)

janine | 7715 comments i hate it when my pigritude takes over again, even though it means i get to spend a lot of time here in TC.

pigritude, n., laziness


message 15: by Pinky_rocks (new)

Pinky_rocks | 5 comments I just joined and I this group totally fills the vacivity i feel inside me.

vacivity,n.,emptiness


message 16: by janine (new)

janine | 7715 comments welcome to TC, i hope you enjoy our blateration.

blateration, n., blabber; chatter


message 17: by Jim (new)

Jim | 6485 comments Welcome to TC Pinky_rocks


message 18: by Jaimie (new)

Jaimie (jez476) | 664 comments I have a two-fer!

Knowing that it is healty, I try to be an aquabib. This means I have to adimpleate my bottle often.

Aquabib; n.; water-drinker
Adimpleate; v.; to fill up


message 19: by janine (new)

janine | 7715 comments my concentration is beginning to viliorate.

viliorate, v., to become less good; deteriorate


message 20: by [deleted user] (new)

With winter coming on, I had to hurry and pull my
quadragintireme out of the water.

quadragintireme
n. vessel with forty rows of oars


message 21: by [deleted user] (new)

The family reunion is next week, so I dragged my quadragintireme out of the garage.

quadragintireme
n. vessel with forty rows of oars

...wanted to use it one more time so I
don't forget it.


message 22: by Michele (new)

Michele bookloverforever (lovebooks14) | 1970 comments never use perjorative words like "retard"'


message 23: by Michele (new)

Michele bookloverforever (lovebooks14) | 1970 comments yes, I did. as an example. I prefer to use the term mentally challenged or developmentally or learning disabled.


message 24: by Jammies (new)

Jammies I find myself quaeritating the substitution of "tea" for "tisane," especially when the latter is such a lovely word.

quaeritate

v. to ask



message 25: by Youndyc (new)

Youndyc | 1255 comments Clark wrote: "Unctuous: adj., smooth and greasy in texture or appearance"

I can't believe that Unctuous is a dying word!! It's so perfectly descriptive of so many people.


message 26: by Youndyc (new)

Youndyc | 1255 comments My kitchen is well suited to the improcerous.


My adopted word: improcerous: having little height

But I wish I had gotten to blateration first!


message 27: by Michele (new)

Michele bookloverforever (lovebooks14) | 1970 comments sometimes words come to have sinister connotations (now that' a good word), like "intercontinental" for me "intercontinental" is forever associated with ballistic missiles as in ICBMs. not happy memories for someone who actually lived through the cuban missile crisis and remembers it well.


message 28: by Annette (new)

Annette Hart | 171 comments Bring back flibbertigibbets (n. a person who is not interested in serious things)!


message 29: by janine (new)

janine | 7715 comments because of my penchant for procrastination the results of my work sometimes have a speustic character.

speustic, adj., made or baked in haste


message 30: by Félix (new)

Félix (habitseven) Drollic entertainment has never been my cup of tea. But I understand children are quite fond of it.

drollic, adj., pertaining to puppet shows


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