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BOBILATE - Mr. Ray Goulding apologizes to his associate Mr. Elliott for not being there at the start of the radio program

BAMBILATE - that silly Disney cartoon fawn can't get anywhere on time either

BOMBILATTE - Starbucks has a new high-potency coffee drink

BOMBPILATE - what Jesus might have done if he'd had modern tools and attitudes

BOMBILATEX- apply generously and watch the munitions just bounce off

BOMBULATE - to walk like a dumb blonde (see also BIMBILATE)

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laugh laugh laugh laugh
laugh laugh laugh 1/2
laugh laugh laugh
laugh laugh laugh laugh
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combilate: At this hour, can't do anything with my hair.

mombilate: Soccer practice was over two hours ago.

wombilate: time for a C-section.

trombilate: I've been babysitting my grandson all day and I just got here.

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Well, when you got here you got here with a bang!
You and Wolf sure can twist. laugh

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fanfaron
PRONUNCIATION: (FAN-fuh-ron)
MEANING:
noun: A boaster or a braggart.
ETYMOLOGY:
From French fanfaron, from Spanish fanfarrón (braggart), perhaps from Arabic farfar (talkative), of expressive origin. The words fanfaronade and fanfare have the same origin. Earliest documented use: 1622.
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fanfarony - a habitual user of the words found in A.Word.A.Day

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cachinnate

PRONUNCIATION: (KAK-i-nayt)
MEANING:
verb intr.: To laugh very loudly or immoderately.

ETYMOLOGY:
From Latin cachinnare (to guffaw), of imitative origin. Earliest documented use: 1824.
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CACHINNYATE - a socialnet acronym LMAO

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catinnate alley cat screaming all night.


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brouhaha

PRONUNCIATION: (BROO-ha-ha, broo-ha-HA, broo-HA-ha)

MEANING:
noun: Noise, confusion, and excitement, especially over something insignificant.
ETYMOLOGY:
From French, of imitative origin. It has been also suggested it's an alteration of the Hebrew term barukh habba (welcome, literally, "blessed be the one who comes"). It was also used in French drama for a devil's cry as: brou, ha, ha! Earliest documented use: 1890.
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BROUHAHAT - a silk hat made from a sow's ear


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brewhaha; shindig around the ole still Virginie style.


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In München steht ein Hofbräuhaus...

BRÄUHAHA - Happy Hour in Munich

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