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1. excessive suffixes
2. the practice of using extra suffixes on words
words that have suffixiousness:

* awesomeacious
* fantasticaliciousness
* anonymousnessity

1. "The fatasticaliciousness nature of this situation is awesomacious"

2. "Your suffixiousness is killing me"
by atomantic January 09, 2008
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Silo Shock Syndrome is a sudden, potentially fatal condition. It is caused by exposure a unit of content that has bled over from a political or subject matter silo that does not align with the silo one normally consumes.
I looked at Twitter trending and got Silo Shock Syndrome from a hate group.
by atomantic February 17, 2021
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ci·ta·cious (ah-si-tey-shuhs)

1. characterized by supplying the suffix -acity on words that may not need it.
2. a type of suffixiousness, using -acity as the main instrument of verbal bludgeoning.
Person A: "My cleveracity is too great for you."
Person B: "Your acitacious suffixiousness is too weak to match my awesomeaciousness."

acitacious words:

cleveracity, urbanacity, awesomacity, doggedacity, tenaciousacity, etc...
by atomantic February 28, 2008
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The polar opposite of plagiarism; rather than taking credit for someone else's content, it is the act of attributing original content to someone who did not create it.

Also, riding on another's fame to publish content under that person's name.
Martin Luther King Jr never commented on the loss of thousands in contrast to the death of one. It is a plattributious quote by some internet user.

The plattribution of twitter content to historical characters has become a plague in recent years as the youth have become increasingly disconnected with historical fact.

Sample plattributions:

"I mourn the loss of thousands of precious lives, but I will not rejoice in the death of one, not even an enemy." - Martin Luther King, Jr

"People believe anything they read on the internet if it fits their preconceived notions." -Thomas Jefferson.
by atomantic May 03, 2011
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a gesture, drawing or symbolizing an emoticon
Usage Examples:

* :) pointing two times in vertical relation, followed by an enclosing swoop
* :( pointing two times in vertical relation, followed by a non-enclosing swoop
* o_0 holding both hands in binocular formation over ones eyes, with one circle clearly larger than the other. With this one, it helps to make wild eyes behind the encircling fingers.

Verbal Examples:

1. "Your gesticons are better than mine."
2. "I made a new gesticon today but it's too complex and looks more like I'm doing a chicken dance."
by atomantic April 30, 2008
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