The Oxford English Fictionary

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Snobstacle (noun): one who is very happy to lecture at you how close-minded you are and how open-minded you should be, while being very close-minded to any possible counterpoint that might exist.

(word submitted by Will)

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Lullerblading (noun): the illegal act of secretly dosing someone with sleeping medication via syringe during a roller derby match in order to draw them into sleep while skating so you can land a particularly brutal hip-check.

(word submitted by errantskies)

Crebulous (adjective): characterizing naive crabs that are way too trustful of others for their own good.

(word submitted by Christopher)

Meanderthal (noun): one who has failed the driver’s exam multiple times.

(word submitted by waslikesstuff)

Astrosupralaxation (noun): the act of getting a job as an astronaut just so you can head out to space and be lazy there, where you’re too far away from anyone else for their yelling at you to matter.

(word submitted by Larry)

Ortifying (verb): to host someone as a guest of honor at a dinner, before reducing him/her down into scraps and morsels of meat to be served as the main course.

(word submitted by Paul)

Chronomagitraption (noun): a repetitive loop of traveling back in time to become your own grandparent, with each occurrence increasing the degree of incest within your family tree until it collapses in on itself.

(word submitted by Jesse)

Cynocracy (noun): a system of government that operates on a monetary currency of tangible cynicism.

(word submitted by Morgan)

Rugsparby (noun): a medieval jousting competition, on horseback, where each knight is armed with a rolled-up Persian rug.

(word submitted by bowtied-jumper)

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Priordinance (noun): a law that is currently enforced, despite having been established at least two centuries previously, such as requiring powdered wigs to be worn by all men and their horses in the presence of all noble-born women.

(word submitted by Stephen)

Bubblify (verb): to murder someone by having them soak in a nice, calm, relaxing, poison-laced bubble bath.

(word submitted by Alice)

Anachronister (noun): a time-traveling spider.

(word submitted by anonymous)

Oblehtory (adverb): characterizing signing off on having read online Terms of Service.

(word submitted by Dan)