June 11, 2005 Urban Word of the Day
The successful completion of four years of school, with passing grades. See also edumacate.
"At her high school gradumacation, Ellen whooped and hollered for joy, because she realized the joys that edumacation brings."
"After receiving C's in every high school class, Josiah was finally ready to gradumacate."
A George Bushism; a word derived from the act of placing incongruous syllables together to form a new word. It is 'white ebonics' and developed by non-users of the King's English, George Bush.
George Bush ordered a preemptive strike on Iraq as he wanted to irradimacate Saddam, something his father failed to do. This act stole our youth's educational pursuits to gradumacate from college.