someone who has insufficient interest in his health; opposite of hypochondriac
Jim is such a hyperchondriac that he ignore all warning signs until he was really, really sick
someone who keeps buying books to add to a stack of unread books
I have no more room for books on my shelves, but I keep buying new ones. I'm a bookaholic. Well, it's a fairly inexpensive, fairly harmless obsession.
a small, often self-published, usually inexpensive, book; a collection of such items as poetry, family recipes, political thoughts.
The Poetry Society of America is offering two chapbook prizes.
fear of good news; inability to share in someone else's happiness or to enjoy any happiness of one's own.
He's such a pessimist. He's suffering from euphobia.
my half-brother's half-brother
Jason and Lydia's son is Sam. Clai and Lydia's son is Will. Jason and Maureen's son is Davis. Will and Davis are quarter brothers.
political belief in cutting government costs even if such cuts result in devastating harm.
We have E-Coli conservatism to thank for lead in children's toys, unsafe non-prescription drugs, and dangerous spinach.
when you never have a good hair day
I keep hearing people talking about having a bad hair day. Well, I have a bad hair life