Deadword of the Day: Smittlish

Smittlish: Contagious.

As in: Don’t come any closer, I’m smittlish!

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Deadword of the Day: Waesucks

Waesucks: Alas! Oh, the pity.

As in: Waesucks to be you!

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Deadword of the Day: Restial

Restial: A fee for burial within Church grounds, including a bell-tolling charge.

As in: The corpse was lucky he kept his restial with him at all times.

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Ludicrous Latin: hilares sunt cameli

Camels are hilarious.
 

Deadword of the Day: Prinkle

Prinkle:  The sensation of hair standing on end.

As in: I can definitely feel the prinkle.
 

Deadword of the Day: Ugsum

Ugsum: Another great alternative to “terrible”.

As in: It has been a terrible, horrible, ugsum, very bad day.

Deadword of the Day: Jarkman

Jarkman: A self-educated person from a lower social class.

As in: …Uh …Say, anybody seen that new Hugh Jarkman flick?
 

 

Ludicrous Latin: Veni, vidi, vici

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Deadword of the Day: Seeksorrow

Seeksorrow: Describes a person who finds some form of enjoyment out of being incurably miserable.

As in: The typically seeksorrow musician decided it might be time to make a comedy album.

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Deadword of the Day: Blatterations

Blatterations: Senseless roaring or screaming as a histrionic attempt to annoy.

As in: I don’t care who you are, cease the blatterations and say the lines properly!
 

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