7/28/15: providential (prov-i-den-shuhl), adj.
1. opportune, fortunate or lucky.
IN A SENTENCE: Mel's firing was both abrupt and providential, since he caught two chicks making out as he vacated the building.
7/24/15: indemnify (in-dem-nuh-fehy), v.
1. to compensate for damage, expense, etc.
IN A SENTENCE: For wrecking her bike, Sheila decided to indemnify Curt by giving him herpes.
7/18/15: sinewy (sin-yoo-ee), adj.
4. vigorous or forceful, as in language.
IN A SENTENCE: Karla was removed as pastor for being too sinewy and vulgar during her sermons.
7/12/15: agliophobia (n/a), n.
1. fear of pain.
IN A SENTENCE: Because Jana has agliophobia, Kurt is not allowed to act on his fantasy of biting her.
7/10/15: fungible (fuhn-juh-buhl), n.
1. interchangeable, replaceable, esp. goods.
IN A SENTENCE: Ernie considers himself too superior and his many partners too fungible to ever learn their names.
7/8/15: brio (bree-oh), n.
1. with vigor or vivality.
IN A SENTENCE: Ashley brushed against Esteban's elbow, and he blew his load with overwhelming brio into his pants.
7/3/15: coprophobia (n/a), n.
1. fear of feces.
IN A SENTENCE: Jairo developed coprophobia after one too many times playing the "oops" game with Elysa.
6/25/15: proliferate (pruh-lif-uh-reyt), v.
1. to increase quickly, excessively.
IN A SENTENCE: When Beverly's husband unexpectedly returned, Bryon was forced to proliferate his thrusting into her.
6/21/15: ephebiphobia (n/a), n.
1. fear of teenagers.
IN A SENTENCE: Geoff "caught" ephebiphobia when a 9th-grader's peeled acne landed in his food.
6/18/15: despotic (dih-spot-ik), adj.
IN A SENTENCE: Linda is serious, perhaps even despotic, about Jake visiting her mom late at night without her.
6/14/15: kenophobia (n/a), n.
1. fear of voids or empty spaces.
IN A SENTENCE: Ariel's conversations with Bill run short, because her airheadedness often triggers his kenophobia.
6/10/15: attenuate (uh-ten-yoo-eyt), v.
1. to weaken or reduce in force, intensity.
IN A SENTENCE: Howie attenuated his pounding on Eva's backdoor because her contacts kept flying out.
6/7/15: ombrophobia (n/a), n.
1. fear of rain or being rained on.
IN A SENTENCE: Red won't let Shana ride him because her excessive sweating triggers his ombrophobia.
6/3/15: mendacious (men-dey-shuh s), adj.
1. untruthful, dishonest, false.
IN A SENTENCE: Calvin spun a long, mendacious fairy tale to explain the naked prostitute on his roof.
5/31/15: vestiphobia (n/a), n.
1. fear of clothing.
IN A SENTENCE: Lindsey's neighbor tried to cure her (nonexistant) vestiphobia by watching her disrobe and then stealing her dirty laundry.
5/28/15: desultory (des-uh l-tawr-ee,), adj.
1. lacking a plan or purpose; unfocused, disconnected.
IN A SENTENCE: Because of George's desultory approach to finding Mary's hotel room, he accidentally had sex with her father instead of her.
5/24/15: alblutophobia (n/a), n.
1. fear of washing or bathing.
IN A SENTENCE: Jamal felt crappy when he caught his girlfriend banging the alblutophobic kid in his bed.
5/21/15: edify (ed-uh-fahy), v.
1. to instruct or benefit; uplift.
IN A SENTENCE: Ennis wasn't sure he was ready to "go to the ATM" but after Holly encouraged and edified him, he made a hefty deposit.
5/17/15: blennophobia (n/a), n.
1. fear of slime.
IN A SENTENCE: Marlee's blennophobia led to intense screaming when Julius finished on her neck. (He mistook it for an orgasm.)
5/14/15: insouciant (in-soo-see-uh nt), adj.
1. easygoing, casual, free from worry.
IN A SENTENCE: Dana's bold, insouciant approach to dating has led to four pregnancies and a bout with Hep A over the past 18 months.
5/11/15: approbative (ap-ruh-bey-tiv), adj.
1. favorable, approving.
IN A SENTENCE: Shane used to shun using beads back there, but now carries an approbative attitude towards it.
5/6/15: soporose (sop-uh-ros), adj.
1. in an unusually deep state of sleep.
IN A SENTENCE: Taking advantage of Roger's soporose state, Trish satisfied her toe fetish for hours.
4/30/15: alacrity (uh-lak-ri-tee), n.
1. cheerful readiness, promptness or willingness.
IN A SENTENCE: Julianna was puzzled by the alacrity Lane showed once she asked him for a pearl necklace for her birthday. (It later made sticky sense.)
4/26/15: antlophobia (n/a), n.
1. fear of floods.
IN A SENTENCE: Howard learned he suffered from antlophobia when he attempted crimson tide with Bonnie.
4/21/15: punctilious (puhngk-til-ee-uh s), adj.
1. showing great attention to detail.
IN A SENTENCE: Bebe is punctilious to the point of measuring her husband's erections before allowing penetration.
4/13/15: titivate (TIT-i-vayt), v.
1. to make smarter; to spruce up; to decorate.
IN A SENTENCE: Before going out, Cala titivates herself by masking her cold sores with lipstick.
4/8/15: degust (dih guhst), v.
1. to taste or savor carefully or appreciatively.
IN A SENTENCE: One reason Mandy broke up with Rod was his habit of getting her drunk, then degusting her toes as she slept it off.
4/2/15: passel (pas uh l), n.
1. a group or lot of indeterminate number.
IN A SENTENCE: The passel of Hustlers under Vernon's bed reached from floor to ceiling....twice.
3/29/15: nelophobia (n/a), n.
1. fear of glass.
IN A SENTENCE: An unnoticed mirror on the ceiling triggered Jerry's nelophobia and he creamed all over Cindy's laptop trying to escape.
3/23/15: prescient (presh-uh nt), adj.
1. Having knowledge of things or events before they happen; having foresight.
IN A SENTENCE: Doug proved to be prescient when he predicted a mace attack upon peeping at an undressing neighbor.
3/14/15: altophobia (n/a), n.
1. fear of heights.
IN A SENTENCE: Dawn bit Rusty when, unaware of her altophobia, he flung her onto the chandelier during sex.
3/11/15: dichotomy (dahy-kot-uh-mee), n.
1. division into two parts, kinds, etc.; subdivision into havles or pairs.
IN A SENTENCE: For Lance, the dichotomy of relationships is as such: left hand or right hand.
2/27/15: deflagrate (DEF-luh-grayt), v.
1. to burn rapidly with intense heat.
IN A SENTENCE: Because of gonorrhea, Rhett's junk deflagrates anytime he urinates now, but scoring with Tasha was worth it.
2/22/15: venustraphobia (n/a), n.
1. fear of beautiful women.
IN A SENTENCE: Kyle couldn't understand why Elise slapped him after he admitted his venustraphobia won't affect their relationship.
2/17/15: fallow (FAL oh), adj.
1. not in use, inactive.
IN A SENTENCE: Ever since entering a relationship, Dinah's vibrator has become fallow and obsolete.
2/12/15: conflation (kuh-n-fley-shuh-n), n.
1. the process or result of fusing items into one entity
IN A SENTENCE: Greta the Geek views sex as a conflation of two longing souls, while Joey the Jock views it as awesome.
2/7/15: putative (pyoo-tuh-tiv), adj.
1. commonly regarded as such; reputed; supposed
IN A SENTENCE: Rex owned the putative largest cock on campus, so he whipped it out and got arrested.
2/3/15: taradiddle (tar-uh-DID-l), n.
1. a small lie, fib.
IN A SENTENCE: Jody spun a wee taradiddle when she told Drew all her orgasms were genuine.
1/25/15: dendrophobia (n/a), n.
1. fear of trees.
IN A SENTENCE: After getting aroused, Miguel tried the following pickup line at the club: "Hope you don't have dendrophobia...cuz there's a TREE in my pants!"
1/20/15: klatsch (klahch), n.
1. a casual gathering of people, often for informal conversation..
IN A SENTENCE: Ellie assured the increasingly impatient klatsch of dudes outside her dorm to hang tight; she'd mount every last one of them if it took all night.
1/13/15: pedantic (puh-dan-tik), adj.
1. overly concerned with minute details; formalities.
IN A SENTENCE: Trevor loves his girlfriend, even though she's sexually pedantic and insists he gaze lovingly into her eyes before cumming all over her stomach.
1/11/15: methyphobia (n/a), n.
1. fear of alcohol.
IN A SENTENCE: Ernie had methyphobia, so instead of using booze to trap him with a pregnancy, Myrna emptied his used condom into herself instead.
1/7/15: condign (n/a), adj.
1. well-deserved; fitting, adequate.
IN A SENTENCE: In college Leona used to blow dudes after every football game; she was named "Most Likely to Contract Syphilis", a condign award if there ever was one.
1/4/15: barophobia (n/a), n.
1. fear of gravity.
IN A SENTENCE: Jim overcame his barophia and is now able to enjoy sex while swinging from chandeliers.