NOUN: a defacto divorce. Coined to fill a gap in the lexicon where defacto couples had to use the term 'break-up', which did not imply the full weight of the word 'divorce', despite the experiences being almost entirely identical.
Now that Adam and I are going through a defactorce, we have to open separate bank accounts and decide who gets to keep which whitegoods, not to mention custody of the cat.
by cvsanders August 05, 2010
Can you define these popular missing words?