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flockability

noun;
a quality that a person possesses that allows them to draw a certain kind of people to them My roommate is absolutely gorgeous, and recently especially, she has about four or five guys after her, asking her out and flirting with her. She got frustrated one day, especially because we were all teasing her about the number of boys chasing after her, and asked us, partially joking, “Why? Why? What did I do?” and I responded, “I’m telling you, it’s quite simple. You’ve just got boy flockability.” I meant that all the boys flock to her. I used the Latin suffix –able to turn the verb flock into an adjective (flockable) and then the additional Latin –ity to turn it into a noun as a name for a quality she possesses.
 
I’m telling you, you’ve just got boy flockability
Etymology : creative variation
Source : me to my roommate
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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