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wribbit

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: a magic pencil: a magical stick that can write magical stuff
    Example Sentence: My wribbit is blue.
    Submitted by: Steven from Illinois, USA on 02/17/2011 09:40

writeanator

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: a machine that writes for you
    Example Sentence: I wish I had a writeanator to write my homework.
    Submitted by: Anonymous from NY, USA on 03/14/2013 06:18

writer's fever

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: an ache in the hands from writing for a long time
    Example Sentence: I got writer's fever after writing a three-paged paper for English class.
    Submitted by: Mackenzie from New York, USA on 10/22/2011 09:04

writerlert

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: someone who all they do with free time is write
    Example Sentence: You are a writerlert.
    Submitted by: Sadie from MA on 11/13/2014 10:12

writify

  1. Function: verb
    Definition: to write a lot and often
    Example Sentence: He admired how she writified in her diary.
    Submitted by: Pao from CA, USA on 08/31/2010 06:02

writology

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: the study of writing
    Example Sentence: When I go to college, I will study writology.
    Submitted by: Mary from Massachusetts, USA on 03/14/2012 06:59

wrobble

  1. Function: verb
    Definition: to wriggle around and wobble
    Example Sentence: I am going to wrobble in tears now since you hurt my heart!
    Submitted by: Amy and Rachel from Indiana, America on 09/08/2008 07:41

wrongdicoulus

  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: wrong but in a silly way
    Example Sentence: This meeting is wrongdicoulus.
    Submitted by: Susy from Texas on 07/21/2008 05:21

wrongsick

  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: wrongsick is used to describe something way beyond gross and disgusting
    Word History: compound word
    Example Sentence: That was so wrongsick!
    Submitted by: Chilli from MD, USA on 09/10/2007 07:20

wrook

  1. Function: verb
    Definition: to read and write at the same time
    Word History: wr- from "write" and -ook from "book"
    Example Sentence: She had to wrook to complete her project.
    Submitted by: Anonymous from Alabama on 10/23/2007 04:40