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  1. Function: noun
    Definition: an alien in the form of a dinosaur-like hominid
    Example Sentence: The dinaurians are a technologically-advanced people.
    Submitted by: AuroStar from Arizona, USA on 01/30/2014 11:20


  1. Function: noun
    Definition: a fit of not being able to stop sneezing
    Example Sentence: She had achoo-itis from all the dust.
    Submitted by: Emmy from Alabama, USA on 01/30/2014 11:05


  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: cold in temperature and snowy
    Example Sentence: It's very snold outside.
    Submitted by: Anonymous from NH, USA on 01/30/2014 10:00


  1. Function: verb
    Definition: to put a tent over someone
    Example Sentence: While the family was camping, the two boys tentamated everyone.
    Submitted by: Anonymous from IN on 01/30/2014 07:39


  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: miserable and unwelcoming or gloomy
    Example Sentence: The sight of snow melting in January because of global warming is quite grumpshy.
    Submitted by: Nora from VT, USA on 01/29/2014 08:46


  1. Function: noun
    Definition: turkey and ham mixed together
    Example Sentence: I am having a turkam sandwich.
    Submitted by: Anonymous from California, USA on 01/29/2014 08:33


  1. Function: noun
    Definition: the study of acorns
    Example Sentence: I am studying acornology and squirrels on the side.
    Submitted by: Anonymous from Connecticut, USA on 01/29/2014 05:07


  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: especially suspicious
    Example Sentence: The man in the trench coat was espicious.
    Submitted by: Caroline from USA on 01/29/2014 02:00


  1. Function: noun
    Definition: a male's close friend who is female
    Word History: mix of the noun 'mate' and the female 'ette'
    Example Sentence: Hey mate-ette, how are you?
    Submitted by: Liam from Australia on 01/29/2014 10:09


  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: being hungry but not wanting to eat
    Example Sentence: She felt fuliliumtius looking at the spinach.
    Submitted by: Anonymous on 01/29/2014 10:01