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boogerbear

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: A bear named booger that likes to sing.
    Word History: a song that was sung to a child by their mother
    Example Sentence: I am a boogerbear and I like to sing. boogerbear! boogerber! boog boog boogerbear
    Submitted by: Christian from usa on 08/19/2007 11:40

Letoist

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: Jared Leto-obsessed person
    Word History: Jared Leto fans; The Echelon
    Example Sentence: Stop talking about Jared's eyes, you are such a Letoist!
    Submitted by: Anonymous from California, USA on 08/19/2007 11:14

love ducks

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: two people in love
    Word History: I thought of it when my sister got in love and I wrote an e-mail to them
    Example Sentence: What are you two love ducks going to do tonight
    Submitted by: Ben Brodie from Utah on 08/19/2007 04:57

merman

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: a male mermaid
    Example Sentence: A merman was seen in the ocean.
    Submitted by: Jagur from West Virginia, USA on 01/15/2010 03:22
  2. Function: noun
    Definition: a male mermaid
    Word History: Derives from the word mermaid
    Example Sentence: Mermen are swift swimmers.
    Submitted by: Bambi from Arizona, USA on 08/19/2007 04:27

busticated

  1. Function: verb
    Definition: radical word for the verb break
    Word History: One fine summer day, I was frolicking through a mezzanine of mild bushes. And I came across a seemingly stipulated pungence. I figured I would discover what was prevailing there, so I galloped around and landed in a freakishly ginormous hole! Surprisingly, there was a hole inside of the hole which contained an aquamarine and mahogany swirled goo. I leaned over and took a whiff of the goo...and sure enough, that was the rank aroma that I had smelled earlier. I was standing back up when I envisioned a whimsical animal wobbling over to me. Now I had never seen such an animal, so I wasn't sure what would happen. The creature spoke to me the word busticated. And then he scurried off. That was a rather intersting day for me...so I decided to create a definition for it online.
    Example Sentence: As I was fumbling my new pot, I stumbled on a pebble and it slipped from my fingers only to busticate it.
    Submitted by: Kayla from AR on 08/19/2007 02:57

lipgloss

  1. Function: object
    Definition: a substance that girls put on their lips when they are chapped or just to look good.
    Example Sentence: My lipgloss is popping.
    Submitted by: Moo Moo from alabama, US on 08/19/2007 11:38

dudette

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: the female version of dude
    Example Sentence: The dudette was wearing a pink dress and tights today.
    Submitted by: Anonymous from North Carolina, USA on 01/27/2014 08:35
  2. Function: noun
    Definition: a girl who loves sports and stuff like that
    Example Sentence: I'm a cool dudette!
    Submitted by: Samantha from Indiana, USA on 03/08/2008 01:57
  3. Function: noun
    Definition: a female girl from the ages of 10 to 15
    Word History: dude (boys of this age, typically) + -ette
    Example Sentence: The new popular name for 6th and 7th grade girls is 'dudette'.
    Submitted by: Anonymous on 08/31/2007 09:38
  4. Function: noun
    Definition: a girl dude
    Word History: It was used in surfer language.
    Example Sentence: The dudette was surfing gnarly waves.
    Submitted by: Raveena from FL, USA on 08/18/2007 08:31

samishly

  1. Function: adverb
    Definition: doing the same thing at the same time as another.
    Word History: watching a movie with a friend
    Example Sentence: The dancers were dancing samishly together.
    Submitted by: Natalie from Louisiana on 08/18/2007 07:59

cutiemonse

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: A cute little monster
    Word History: Eng. cute + Eng. monster
    Example Sentence: Jobert captured a cutiemonse and adopted it.
    Submitted by: Anonymous from NCR, Philippines on 08/18/2007 12:21

loke

  1. Function: verb
    Definition: A mixture between LOVE and LIKE
    Word History: Because sometimes people feel more than liking something, but not quite loving something
    Example Sentence: I loke my new shoes. I loke my boyfriend.
    Submitted by: Tami from Illinois, USA on 08/17/2007 10:53