The use of an acronym in the form of a sentence, using upper case for the emphasis of the acronym.
Examples;
"Choosing Underhand Nasty Tactics"
"Following Utter Comedic Kings, Over Fellow Followers"
" Imagine, Living Over Valleys Evermore, Yielding Our Utopia"

The Acronymical sentence does not have to make sense, but it's genius when it can be done!
Try re-reading my text, the Acronymical sentence is what I really wanted to say
by The~Wench October 21, 2015
An acronym is an initial abbreviation that can be pronounced as a word, such as NASA or WASP. This term is also used to refer to a series of initials pronounced individually, such as FBI or TGIF, but the technical term is initialism.
Acronyms #NATO = North Atlantic Treaty Organization

#RADAR = Radio Detecting And Ranging

#SCUBA - Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus

#WASP - White Anglo Saxon Protestant
by Paisleycool May 2, 2017
Abbreviated Coded Rendition of Name Yielding Meaning.
A.C.R.O.N.Y.M. is an acronym.
by Alucrix September 27, 2005
vt; vi To reduce a perfectly acceptable title or phrase into an acronym. . Generally thought to be best avoided in most cases, certainly those not in extensive use, or those whose original phrasing was selected for it's poetic or prosaic beauty or clarity. Especially egregious are acronyms that have been "Reverse Acronymized", or cooked up from acronyms that happen to be words, but whose constituent words are contrived at best.
e.g "Office of Academic Freedom" become OAF
"Compound Acronymizing" is practiced by techie geeks, e.g. JXML
by laramie2 May 29, 2005
the plural form of acronym; a word that apparently no one on the internet feels is worthy of being defined.
Miguel Bueno:"Brown Thunder, do you use acronyms as a part of speech. "

Brown Thunder: "OMG, Yes! #YOLO"
by Horrid Man September 11, 2013
An abbreviation for a phrase created by taking the first letter or so of each word, AND is pronounced as a word itself.
"USA" is technically NOT an acronym, because people don't pronounce it as "You-Sah". However, "MADD" (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) is an acronym because it's pronounced exactly as it's spelled.
by Bill M. July 28, 2004
To acronymize turn the first letter from each word in a sentance into an acronym.
acronymizing the phrase be right back results in "brb"
by Truedat November 8, 2007