Fig-tionary – July 12, 2005

sunglower (Requested by TheresaWarriorPrincess)

  1. Function: transitive verb – To look or stare with sullen annoyance as a normally unnaturally cheery person – Usage: Little Miss Sweetiepants sunglowered at the pit bull that just made a mess in her tulip garden.
  2. Function: noun – A sullen, brooding look of annoyance given by an unnaturally cheery person – Usage: Little Miss Sweetiepants gave Dave a sunglower after he belched at the dinner table.


lecutes (Requested by princess_castle)

  1. Function: noun – Cute people from France or Québec – Usage: “Check out those lecutes, ” said Dave, hopping up and down excitedly.


porents (Requested by princess_castle)

  1. Function: noun – Ents that have no money – Usage: Treebeard sighed as he and Fern settled down near the entrance of the subway station to panhandle. Life for porents was tough in the Fourth Age.


acually (Requested by princess_castle)

  1. Function: adjective – Filled with error due to lack of care – Usage: Mr. Robinson could acually add numbers together with startling results!




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One Response

  1. Thank goodness- now I can finally use it properly in a sentence! (And to think all this time I was substituting it for sunflower- quel faux pas!)

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