Words Without Friends – Scrabble Diary

I play this Scrabble clone app on my phone a lot, and some “valid words” and “valid word definitions” seem … interesting so I screenshotted them below. Also I took screenshots of some of my invalid words that I think could be a word, along with some definitions I made up. Language itself is made up, therefore everything is valid and everyone’s a winner.

Invalid words that could be real words:

Sneeby adjective To be long snouted, sheepish and intend to avoid being caught licking things. Example sentence: “That sneeby little possum just lapped up the last of my macadamia nut milk!”

Caramelabuseverb To abuse/overuse caramel or carmelized items / noun Items that should not be caramelized. Example sentence: “This double dipped dreamsicle is an example of caramelabuse and general debauchery”

Glomp verb To hurl oneself upon another with an essence of stickiness Example sentence: “Tippy’s pal Molive glomped her in the hallway and she dropped her banana split”

Pouem noun A poem, or prose that is to be enjoyed whilst in the restroom. Example sentence: “He squinted across the room at the framed copy of Shakespeare’s Sonnet 18 hanging on the wall of the Taco Bell bathroom”

Goumet noun A high-priced gummy from a Michelin star restaurant. Example sentence: “For the fourth course, a Goumet a la Goomba”

Stepom noun A large footed soft creature that marries into your family. Example sentence: “After the divorce my stepom moved in with us and started shedding everywhere”

Gooty noun A brilliant blue old world tarantula Example sentence: “That Gooty Saphirre Tarantula is so beautiful eh?”

Tooty adjective Describes one who toots frequently. Example sentence: “The tooty gentleman seated next to me on the train put his jar of pickled eggs in the overhead compartment”