Adjective. Bringing or deserving disgrace; shameful; dishonorable; disreputable.
“His attitude was disgracious”
Noun. Something suggested, as a piece of advice.
“Can i just make a suggestment”
Adjective. Large in scale, amount, or degree
“That spider was gyknackerous”
Noun. A group of people who run at a jog trot over some distance for exercise.
“I’ve just seen a group of naked jogulars, great start to a day.”
Losted / Losten
[lawst-id / lawst-un]
Adjective. No longer possessed or retained.
“I’ve losten my watch”
“Look at that man he’s as big as a bodybuildist”
Verb. To shrink and scrunch in a simultaneous motion.
“I scrinched all my money up”
Verb. A mix of the words scratching and scraping,
“It’s scraytching me”
Adjective. Governed by conscience; controlled by or done according to one’s inner sense of what is right; principled.
“I’m very conscientful that we’re not going to make it on time”
Noun. The branch of mechanics that deals with the motion of sound
“I went to see an orchestra the other day, I couldn’t believe the earodynamics”
Adjective. Having or displaying an overly critical point of view.
“You’re the judgiest person ever”
Noun. A person who takes photographs, especially one who practices photography professionally.
“I need to hire a photographist for my wedding”
Noun. A belief or judgment that rests on grounds insufficient to produce complete certaintyism.
“Chill out, you’ve got a bad opionism of me”
“Stop judging my design, you’re being designist”
“Ridiculosity killed the cat”
Noun. Sometimes a friend, sometimes an enemy.
“We were the best of frienemies”