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List of words I've made up. Does not include the many words that spell check tells me aren't real, so if you see a word in my work that isn't on this list and you don't think it exists yet, tell me! It might just be that I've been using it so long I forgot it's not real. Click the word to see it used in its original work. I will add to the list as I go through old work to find the words I've made up before, and as I add new poems with new words I'll try to remember to add them here.

:new: :bulletwhite: Endrenched (2015) - drenched to the point where it is saturating what it is drenching (so it is entrenched in their skin for example)

NB: 8/3/2013 > Chromium have been checked and put here.

:bulletwhite: Arachnic (2013) -
Arachnid (spider) like.
:bulletwhite: Aquanine (2013) � aquarian / aqua.
:bulletwhite: Carrow (2013) - Dark, narrow, carousing, nasty, abusive space. (Not fully formed definition yet)
:bulletwhite: Chloroformic (2010) - with qualities of chloroform (like polluted air)
:bulletwhite: Cop-iron (2013) - A mixture of copper and iron in some way. In this case Iron by chemical, copper by taste.
:bulletwhite: Copperstench (2013) - Something that strongly smells like copper.
:bulletwhite: Cyaniatic (2013) - Something with qualities of both cyanide and acid.
:bulletwhite: Desertship (2013) � desertedness
:bulletwhite: Dis-cordial (2012) � un-quiet, unwelcome, impolite
:bulletwhite: Disparic (2013) - With disparaging qualities
:bulletwhite: Dystopast (2013) � dystopic in the reflective past tense.
:bulletwhite: Endrenched (2015) - drenched to the point where it is saturating what it is drenching (so it is entrenched in their skin for example)
:bulletwhite: Frankensteined  (2008) - Sewn together of smaller pieces to make a whole.
:bulletwhite: Festivous (2013) � with the attributes of a festival (in this case, happy, brightly coloured, joyful)
:bulletwhite: Fluidous (2013) - something that is solid but has a quality of liquid / fluids.
:bulletwhite: Fricasonce (2012) - Excessively detailed carving
:bulletwhite: Funambulance (2013) - comes from the word funambulism which means tightrope walking. Funambulance is participating in funambulism
:bulletwhite: Funerial (2013) - alternative spelling of funereal
:bulletwhite: Hamletian (2013) - meaning, with traits recognisable from Hamlet (the play). In this case, ghostly. Could also be used to mean Like Hamlet the character in Hamlet.
:bulletwhite: Immalleable (2013) - not malleable!
:bulletwhite: Lakely (2012) � having the characteristics of a lake. Full of water.
:bulletwhite: Leperose (2013) - new spelling of leprose, I chose to add the e because I wanted to link the word directly to leprosy rather than indirectly and the sound of leperose does that better for me.
:bulletwhite: Magmanimous (2013) - magnanimous with characteristics of underlying churning emotion (such as magma under the earths crust)
:bulletwhite: Media-m (2013) - the state of being 'normalised' through the media. (becoming 'average')
:bulletwhite: Maggotous (2013) � with qualities of maggots or with qualities of something covered in maggots. (maggoty)
:bulletwhite: Malignance (2010) - malignant and malicious in a noun.
:bulletwhite: Mammothian (2013) - something with qualities of a mammoth, usually size.
:bulletwhite: Metaphise (2013) - making of a metaphor
:bulletwhite: Mightier-than-the's (2013) � pens.
:bulletwhite: Nebulonic (2013) - with characteristics of nebulas
:bulletwhite: Normaliciously (2013) - With traits of a widely accepted and known level of malice
:bulletwhite: Obstigate (2013) � obstinately insist despite evidence.
:bulletwhite: Osmoticly (2013) - with the characteristics of osmosis.
:bulletwhite: Palpitable (2013) - something you are able to palpitate (the heart)
:bulletwhite: Plathered (2013) � plastered / slathered
:bulletwhite: Pulpitious (2013) - something with qualities of pulp that moves (like pulse, heart)
:bulletwhite: Revulses (2013) - A mixture of repulses, revulsion. I know revulse is already a word but im overriding it.
:bulletwhite: Rumtumble (2013) - like tumbling but how children do it. Playfully and inaccurately and silly-y and slightly dangerously.
:bulletwhite: Rumpunctiously (2012) - Like rambunctiously but naughtier :giggle: just implies a dirty cheeky tone.
:bulletwhite: Sepiatic (2013) - sepia in colour but also in characteristic. It's hard to explain this one except to say that I said to a dear friend of mine that he is amber and I am sepia. Sepia as a characteristic is kind of, worn down, but potentially still quietly beautiful. who knows.
:bulletwhite: Skeined (2013) - like a skein of fabric or thread
:bulletwhite: Sueted (2013) - made into suet-like substance or covered in suet like substance. (very thick congealed, gross)
:bulletwhite: Supernovicly (2013) - to do something with qualities of a supernova.
:bulletwhite: Tenderhucked (2013) - I was going to write tenderhooked here but the hucked sound reminded me of scooping out peach pits from the inside and also 'cuckholding' (similar sounds I suppose?) and it gave me a more onomatopoeiac version of the word that I preferred.
:bulletwhite: Trivarications (2011) � A mixture between prevarications and trivial. The word was used to demonstrate the narrators belief that their obsessing over their thought processes was trivial.
:bulletwhite: Torrentous (2013) - like torrential, but more torrenty. I don't quite know, all I can tell you is that torrential didn't quite indicate the forcefulness I wanted it to.
:bulletwhite: Uncapitalist (2013) � not capitalist, or materialistic.
:bulletwhite: Underclassed (2013) � of the hidden class. often artists think of themselves as their own special class, outside of the existing class system.
:bulletwhite: Unrobotic (2010) - not robotic, anti robotic. simple. in this instance used to mean horsepower in real horses.
:bulletwhite: Viewscape (2013) � this is obvious and I'm not convinced I made this up but if you don't recognise it it means my daily view of the landscape. My visual range of what I see in my life each day.
:bulletwhite: Vile-ent (2013) - repulsively violent
:bulletwhite: Vocabulated (2012) - invented (words)
:bulletwhite: Weare-worn (2013) - worn down and weary.
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EAT-TOAST Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2013  Student Writer

Arachnic is a real word, but not used very often I must admit. 

Here's some more if you want to use them.(might seem obvlious but felt I had to add some.)

 

Radical- to be of the upmost extreme

Fail- no one really knows what that means, I guess to not succeed.

Pwn-  To own someone so hard as to misspronouce it.  2.  To take a chess piece with a pawn.  (I pwn your knight)

Epic-  Grand and luxiorous, bigger than anything you have seen so far.

Cowabunga- No idea

Bodacious (or bodascious)-  to think you are so cool that you must annouce your coolness with a new word.

Bi-Winning- to be winning in two seprate areas at once.

I've got tiger blood in me-  To be a reality tv star who is on drugs and is saying weird things.

Vile- ent-  2.  To be one of the ent species, otherwise known as treeent and be vile, i.e. wicked. (Trent?)

 

And last but certainly not least.....

 

The famous...

 

deadly

 

 

Maybe outdated...

 

Falcon Punch-  A punch so powerful that you must sacrifice your own life to use it.  It will instantly destroy the opposing person and the universe you were in when you use it. 

 

Or even...

Kamehameha-  A move you often wish you could use because it looks awesome.  It may take a while to charge though.

 

Or

 

Hadoken (SF 4 Spelling) - Takes ones own fighter energy and converts it into a single blue colered blast.

 

and to go with those a weird word.

 

HUAHHHHH-  Instanly proves you are very powerful and/or charging up a powerful attack.  As customary anybody presumeing this position gains diplomatic immunity until they are done using the move that has been charged up.  <?xml:namespace prefix = da />Nod 

 

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synconi Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2013   Artisan Crafter
I totally thought "malignance" was a real word.

>___________>
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BloodshotInk Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2013
It is, some words are reappropriated. Like Shakespeare invented some words, but some he took an existing word and gave it a new meaning implied by its context.
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synconi Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2013   Artisan Crafter
I see! :nod:
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CoHMissKyo Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2013
I love your list, but I have one small, tiny little nit to pick:

"Mightier-than-the's (2013) – pens."

Why the apostrophe for the pluralization? Just for emphasis?
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BloodshotInk Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2013
And to make it clearer in the original context. When you are making up words so often people can accept "thes" as a new part of the word, rather than as the pluralisation of the. It was a tricky call.
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Fantastalia Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2013
Lawyered.
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BloodshotInk Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2013
:thumbsup:
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TheBloodWriter Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2013  Student Writer
Would it be copying if I started a deviation stealing this idea, but with my own words over the years? It just seems so official and convenient for you to have them all here in one place.
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BloodshotInk Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2013
Not at all ^_^ it helps people stop telling me I've misspelt things! :giggle:
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hypermagical Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2013
Malignance is already a word (the state or quality of being malignant). :D But the rest of these, I find fascinating!
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BloodshotInk Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2013
:giggle: The list includes new words and reappropriated words.
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hypermagical Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2013
:D That gives me an idea, a list of words reappropriated into new words/terms with new meanings. :plotting: 
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Rovanna Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2013   Digital Artist
These are brilliant! :D I love lakely and sepiatic.
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BloodshotInk Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2013
;D Thanks!
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Melalina Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2013  Professional General Artist
I am an Admin in a group that you may or may not be a member of (I didn't check yet). I certainly will NOT remember all the words on your list, but I will try to remember your name. I will keep your journal in a my "save for later" folder, so that I can refer to it if ever you submit literature to the group.

Speaking of groups, a DeviantART dictionary group would be great idea.
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BloodshotInk Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2013
:giggle: I don't know. I am in a lot of groups but I have very little patience so if I get declined and I don't know why I tend to leave. It's not like a strop I just figure if I don't know how to change it (cos I dont know what I did wrong) then I will jsut keep submitting thigns they dont want and annoy them. lol
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Melalina Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2013  Professional General Artist
Since you also write prose, I would probably be the moderator, if you care to join the group. As long as your piece(s) have good spelling, grammar and punctuation, and is NOT fanfiction, it won't get declined. I am not a content critic. If by some strange meadow lark it does get declined, you can bet I'll say why. I cannot speak to poetry, it's not my job.
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BloodshotInk Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2013
:D
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merrak Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2013  Hobbyist
I might have to borrow "Frankensteined" :D  These are awesome. I should jot down all the words I've vocabulated.
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BloodshotInk Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2013
haha, feel free! :D
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NotDominic Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Hahaha. I love this. How about "Deviatable". Meaning it's good enough to be in deviantArt. XD
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BloodshotInk Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2013
:giggle:
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DailyBreadCafe Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2013   Writer
Uhhmm... I actually thought quite a few of these were real words...
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BloodshotInk Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2013
To me, discordial, fluidous and immalleable all seem like real words. But apparently aren't. Dont know.
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DailyBreadCafe Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2013   Writer
Carrow
Dis-cordial
Immalleable
Malignance

I thought these were genuine real words, haha
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BloodshotInk Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2013
:giggle: Well I think malignance and revulses on this list are reappropriation (using an existing word in a different way). So those two ARE words, but not used in the way above.
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DailyBreadCafe Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2013   Writer
Ahh, ah right! i see
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MotleyDreams Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
I believe you want the word 'arachnoid', which is a real word, and thus not as much fun as 'arachnic'. =P
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BloodshotInk Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2013
Nopes.
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Phantasm1 Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Oh interesting to see.
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IamDreamfire Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
lol awesome
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Astrikos Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2013   General Artist
:la: I will use these. :lol:
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Shoeborn Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2013  Student General Artist
Carrow reminds me of cairn or barrow....loving these! My spell-checker does not approve of what I believe to be words...Nice to know I'm not alone. XD
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BloodshotInk Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2013
hahaha
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I'm not a fan of made-up words. But this is a piece of art.
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BloodshotInk Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2013
:giggle: Gosh, thanks. I like made up words. Expanding vocabulary. Shakespeare did it and loads of 'em stuck forever! :D
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Rosary0fSighs Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2013
:giggle: very good
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Thisntme Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
"funerial" Hmm... truly your alternate spelling, or just a spelling mistake that you're covering... or is it an accented spelling? :meow:
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Talia-WolfFang Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2013
#trendsetting XD
I knew you would come up with a dictionary someday! :3 Now, whenever my language teacher disagrees with me about (insert word that I read from one of your poems) being a word, I can simply direct her to your dictionary. "it's not in a dictionary" is no longer a valid argument XD
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BloodshotInk Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2013
:giggle:
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Saidye Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2013  Student General Artist
Hahaha this is awesome, and so well organized. Love it!
Also, how are you, you wonderful person?
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BloodshotInk Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2013
Not doing great, but I'm surviving and thats what counts at the end of the year.
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Story-of-a-Mind Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
I love this. It went into my dictionary link collection beside the pons dictionary and leo.org :D
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BloodshotInk Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2013
haha wicked!! :D
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lombregrise Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2013  Professional Writer
:thumbsup:
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shehrozeameen Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
I'll definitely need this lol
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BloodshotInk Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2013
:giggle:
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shehrozeameen Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
:)
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camelopardalisinblue Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I love that you have a list of these words. I just use them [made up words, not necessarily yours :p] and tend not to realise they're not real words.

It probably doesn't help that when I get tired or distressed, my brain starts to function wonkily and I confuse words a lot, as well as making up new ones. Last night I told my partner I was too tired to "cognate".
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