- n. A parlor game, in which participants make up definitions for an unfamiliar word found in a dictionary. Then as one person reads them all out, the others try to guess which one is the real definition.
“The tirck is too ad everygthin two thee spelchick fictionary, then it offically OK!”
“But, of course, Bison, the most kicked in the ass fictionary character.”
“Anyway, series worth at least two reads-through, at least if you adhere to my modest standards of science fictionary goodness, and are not too hard core about scientific realism:”
“WASILLA (The Borowitz Report) -- Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin today defended her use of the word "refudiate," telling her critics, "Look it up in the fictionary.”
“JAMES CAMERON oink babale you sure are a genius and a super creative fictionary ability gk 12”
“I asked you in #143 to honestly debate the facts, not debate a fictionary world made up by you.”
“Ladies and gentlemen, the hero of our fictionary American and Canadian movies: author, professor, economist, ambassador - a man, who, I can assure you, will not provide you this afternoon with (to borrow his own famous phrase) "The Conventional Wisdom" - John Kenneth Galbraith.”
“Now, Miss Mary, I will show you the concave of fictionary novels.”
“The "concave of fictionary novels," as expressed by a green "Fresh," was the most popular department.”
“Incohecent, "writes that the former governor" defended her use of the word 'refudiate,' telling her critics, 'Look it up in the fictionary'":”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘fictionary’.
words that never were; always are; and probably will not becoming forth (or fifth or seventh.....)
wormhole through ..., diction perfiction, complete retreat, playon crayon, tray perfecta, mental floss, instrumental floss, live sieve, refind finds, restound astounds, refound stounds, process contess and 18 more...
The interesting ones. :)
words I make up, or made-up words I like.
Looking for tweets for fictionary.