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100 Of The Funniest Words In English

In today’s article we want to share something with you that will make you giggle. You’re going to discover a list of funny words that you can use in conversations that some people may never have heard before. They are bound to keep the conversations flowing as your friends will be certain to ask you to repeat the words and explain the meaning of them.
Take a look for yourself and see which ones you can slip into your sentences to guarantee some fun and laughter with your friends.

100 Of The Funniest Words In English Infographic

Abibliophobia – The fear of running out of reading material.
Absquatulate – To leave or abscond with something.
Allegator – Some who alleges.
Anencephalous – Lacking a brain.
Argie-bargie – A loud row or quarrel.
Batrachomyomachy – Making a mountain out of a molehill.
Billingsgate – Loud, raucous profanity.
Bloviate – To speak pompously or brag.
Blunderbuss – A gun with a flared muzzle or disorganized activity.
Borborygm – A rumbling of the stomach.
Boustrophedon – A back and forth pattern.
Bowyang – A strap that holds the pants legs in place.
Brouhaha – An uproar.
Bumbershoot – An umbrella.
Callipygian – Having an attractive rear end or nice buns.
Canoodle – To hug and kiss.
Cantankerous – Testy, grumpy.
Catercornered – Diagonal(ly).
Cockalorum – A small, haughty man.
Cockamamie – Absurd, outlandish.
Codswallop – Nonsense, balderdash.
Collop – A slice of meat or fold of flab.
Collywobbles – Butterflies in the stomach.
Comeuppance – Just reward, just deserts.
Crapulence – Discomfort from eating or drinking too much.
Crudivore – An eater of raw food.
Discombobulate – To confuse.
Donnybrook – An melee, a riot.
Doozy – Something really great.
Dudgeon – A bad mood, a huff.
Ecdysiast – An exotic dancer, a stripper.
Eructation – A burp, belch.
Fard – Face-paint, makeup.
Fartlek – An athletic training regime.
Fatuous – Unconsciously foolish.
Filibuster – Refusal to give up the floor in a debate to prevent a vote.
Firkin – A quarter barrel or small cask.
Flibbertigibbet – Nonsense, balderdash.
Flummox – To exasperate.
Folderol – Nonsense.
Formication – The sense of ants crawling on your skin.
Fuddy-duddy – An old-fashioned, mild-mannered person.
Furbelow – A fringe or ruffle.
Furphy – A portable water-container.
Gaberlunzie – A wandering beggar.
Gardyloo! – A warning shouted before throwing water from above.
Gastromancy – Telling fortune from the rumblings of the stomach.
Gazump – To buy something already promised to someone else.
Gobbledygook – Nonsense, balderdash.
Gobemouche – A highly gullible person.
Godwottery – Nonsense, balderdash.
Gongoozle – To stare at, kibitz.
Gonzo – Far-out journalism.
Goombah – An older friend who protects you.
Hemidemisemiquaver – A musical timing of 1/64.
Hobbledehoy – An awkward or ill-mannered young boy.
Hocus-pocus – Deceitful sleight of hand.
Hoosegow – A jail or prison.
Hootenanny – A country or folk music get-together.
Jackanapes – A rapscallion, hooligan.
Kerfuffle – Nonsense, balderdash.
Klutz – An awkward, stupid person.
La-di-da – An interjection indicating that something is pretentious.
Lagopodous – Like a rabbit’s foot.
Lickety-split – As fast as possible.
Lickspittle – A servile person, a toady.
Logorrhea – Loquaciousness, talkativeness.
Lollygag – To move slowly, fall behind.
Malarkey – Nonsense, balderdash.
Maverick – A loner, someone outside the box.
Mollycoddle – To treat too leniently.
Mugwump – An independent politician who does not follow any party.
Mumpsimus – An outdated and unreasonable position on an issue.
Namby-pamby – Weak, with no backbone.
Nincompoop – A foolish person.
Oocephalus – An egghead.
Ornery – Mean, nasty, grumpy.
Pandiculation – A full body stretch.
Panjandrum – Someone who thinks himself high and mighty.
Pettifogger – A person who tries to befuddle others with his speech.
Pratfall – A fall on one’s rear.
Quean – A disreputable woman.
Rambunctious – Aggressive, hard to control.
Ranivorous – Frog-eating
Rigmarole – Nonsense, unnecessary complexity.
Shenanigan – A prank, mischief.
Sialoquent – Spitting while speaking.
Skedaddle – To hurry somewhere.
Skullduggery – No good, underhanded dealing.
Slangwhanger – A loud abusive speaker or obnoxious writer.
Smellfungus – A perpetual pessimist.
Snickersnee – A long knife.
Snollygoster – A person who can’t be trusted.
Snool – A servile person.
Tatterdemalion – A child in rags.
Troglodyte – Someone or something that lives in a cave.
Turdiform – Having the form of a lark.
Unremacadamized – Having not been repaved with macadam.
Vomitory – An exit or outlet.
Wabbit – Exhausted, tired, worn out.
Widdershins – In a contrary or counterclockwise direction.
Yahoo – A rube, a country bumpkin.

Okay folks – Share your thoughts with us! Have you ever said any of these words? Use 3 in the same sentence – GO!?—let’s get 10 COMMENTS, and we’ll be back soon with another cool post.

Merry Christmas and Festive Opening Times

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As we approach the end of 2015, and the busiest part of the year we look forward to our upcoming concerts and to celebrate the New Year with you.

We would like to thank our members for their continued support and wish you and your families a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

This has been a difficult year for us but there are exciting times ahead and lots of things for you to get involved within the coming year.

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There are still some tickets available for the Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve concerts. Please see a club officer if you would like tickets for these events.

But Hurry…it would be a shame to miss out!

Merry Christmas and all the best for Happy and Healthy 2016.