Main Entry: spite·tomato
Pronunciation: 'spIt · t&-'mA-(")tO; chiefly British, eastern New England, northeastern Virginia, and sometimes elsewhere in cultivated speech -'ma'
- or -'mä-; chiefly Northern -'ma-
Inflected Form(s): singular -spitetomato
Etymology: Middle English, short for despite/ alteration of earlier tomate, from Spanish, from Nahuatl tomatl
1: tomatoe's garnished in or on a meal or dish after the orderer of the meal specifically asked for "no tomatoes".
2a: petty ill will or hatred with the disposition to irritate, annoy, or thwart via the tomato
B: the most outwardly disrespectfull act a fast food server can perform on their customer.
Function: transitive verb
Inflected Form(s): action/past tense -spitetomatoed'
1: the act of garnishing tomatoe's (diced or whole) without regard for respective absence requested.
"i asked for no tomotoes, and i know you heard me becuase the receipt had "- tom" on it, there is obviously some malice going on here because there was just one big hunk of spitetomato in the middle of my gordita"
"dayum yo, i been spitetomatoed'!"
"gosh how i hate those darn spitetomatoes, curse thee!! the world would be a more better place without them"