Melic-ionary Definitions

I have a tendency to make up words. Well, it’s not really make them up, it’s more like stitch words together to quilt a new word with implied meaning. Today I am defining and categorizing my language arts. Who knows; maybe Oxford will come a-calling.

Adorkable [uh-dawrk-uh-buhl]


1. very attractive in a nerdy fashion or delightfully geeky; charmingly out of touch: What an adorkable action figure or maquette!
2. worthy of being adored…mostly by another dork

Blister-gate [blis-ter-geyt]


1. an affliction occurring while breaking in new shoes; resulting in bruised blistered heel goose egg.


Centamillenum [sen-chuh-mil-len-ee-uhm]


1. a period of a hundred million years.

2. the centamillennium, the period of a gazillion eras.

3. a period of general happiness, especially in the indefinite future.


Commish, the [kuh-mish]


1. the outraged social officer who lives inside my Hubby

2. a person who puts justice above all else


Handsy [han-see]


1. groping within easy reach; physical manipulation of conveniently available body parts.

2. skillful with the hands; though typically uninvited.


Harumfing [har-umf-phing]

verb (used without object)

1. to utter the deep, guttural sound characteristic of a irritated hog.

2. to utter a discontented sound.

3. to grumble, as in exasperation.

verb (used with object)

4. to express with an argumentative grunt.


Joke-plosion [johk-sploh-zhuhn]


1. an act or instance of exploding; a violent expansion or bursting with laughter, as of a short and amusing anecdote, or a prankish act (opposed to implosion ).

2. the noise itself: The loud explosion woke them.

3. an amusing or ridiculous outburst, as of laughter or anger.

4. a sudden, rapid, or great increase: a practical joke.

5. the burning of the mixture of thing, situation, or person laughed at rather than taken seriously; farce


Knick Knack Knowledge [nic-nak-nol-ij]


1. acquaintance with random facts,half-truths, as from second-hand study or semi-investigation; general knowledge of many useless things.

2. implied familiarity, as with any particular subject or branch of learning.


Mis-expectation [mis-ek-spek-tey-shuhn]


1.the act or the state of expecting: to await in expectation the wrong thing.

2. the act or state of looking forward or anticipating the wrong things.

3. Often, expectations. a prospect of future good or profit: to have ill-guided expectations.


Re-rail [ree-reyl]

verb (used with object)

1. to cause (a train of thought, streetcar of desire, etc.) to remount the rails of a track.

2. to cause to succeed or become focused on a purpose; increase or encourage the chances for success or development of: Being organized re-railed my goals.


Snacktastic [snak-tas-tik]


1. a small portion of food or drink or a light meal, of amazing quality

2. an especially great light meal eaten between regular meals


Taj MaGarage: [tahzh muh-guh-rahj]


1. a building or indoor mausoleum for smoking in the winter or watching the neighbours in summer.

2. a non-commercial establishment for storing and harbouring appropriately sorted items.

verb (used with object)

3. to put or sorted into the Taj.




1. a place where cleanliness is revered

2. there is no fixed geographical location

Melic-ionary Definitions

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