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Completely Made Up Word of the Day

for Friday, November 15, 2002, is:

PUBRIS

Can you help with a definition? :)

Results of last Friday's word: WHISTICAL

Poll #75829 CMUWOTD WHISTICAL

Definition of Whistical:

miss_calamity Whistical - when one is saved of a flurry sparkle surrounded by a fairy. "Anne was feeling morose until her fairy gotmother appeared in a multihued whistical cloud"
3(50.0%)
taybar19 Whistical (adj): Whistling or capable of Whistling in a clear and consistent manner (Ex. Bob had a whistical mood at work today when he got a promotion).
0(0.0%)
amberavalon Whistical: (noun) - A mysterious being, much like a shaman or wiseman, that comes to you in your dreams to deliver prophetic visions.
0(0.0%)
simplyred ...Thought's pertaining to 'magikal thinking', specifically; wishing that one could crinkle one's nose, 'ala' Samantha Stevens', & make one's innermost wishes, come true. :-)
1(16.7%)
scottobear Whistical - A silent manner of doing things. from whist, meaning silent. Also : Behaving in a manner simulation an ancient form of duplicate bridge. (and less commonly, Euchre)
2(33.3%)


RESULTS of last week's poll on previous week's word, QUIMMER:

And da winner is... inspectorjury

QUIMMER: "One of the middle english words for the penis was Quimstaff, So with that in mind a quimmer should be a middle english blow job...."

Something to remember at your next ren faire. -ed.
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