1. Affinity for graduations.
2. The highest level of appreciation for a graduate.
"Congraduation, Mark. You make me proud to be your mother."
what lazy people say instead of "congratulations on your graduation". This is also much easier to write on top of a cake. (unless you have a gigantic cake, in which case, invite us over!)
Friend 1: "Yeah, it only took 10 years, but Heather finally graduated from college."
Friend 2: "Well, tell that bitch congraduations for me!"
1)n.- specific expression of joy in the success of graduating.
2) n.- the act of congraduating
"It took a lot of work and six years, but, congraduations, my man!"
1. What my ghetto
Food Lion wrote on my wife's cake when I told them to write 'Congratulations.'
No, it wasn't for a graduation, they're just retarded. I mean, at the very least they could have put an 's' at the end. Seriously.
2. A pretty cool word if you think about it. 'Congratulations on your graduation' takes altogether too much effort to say, so for the lazy 'Congraduations!' is a fantastic time saver.
Class of 1999 iz tH3 Roxorz! CONGRADUATIONS!
"Congratulations" and "Graduation" in one word... makes things seem less redundant. "Congraduation(s)!" sounds a hell of a lot better and less homo than "Congratulations on your graduation!"
Grad: Off to ccollege. Damn, I can't wait to butt fuck me some sluts!
Grandpa: Happy congraduation, Boris.
Grad: Thanks, grand pop!
a contraction of "Congradulations on your graduation"
2. the act of being mobbed by well-wishers at a graduation party
1. Congraduation, dude - we're finally out of here!
2.I tried to slip out the back door and get away from all the old people, but I got Congraduated
Congratulations on your Graduation. These words are too long and so close anyway, why not just morph them and save a ton of time and energy! TTYL
Lindsey: "I just got my high school diploma."
Dad: "Well honey, CONGRADUATIONS"
A compromise of two words meshed together to congratulate a graduate of a college, or university students success.
I Congraduated Michael on his recent College graduation the other day,