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edumacate

verb;
To provide with knowledge and/or skill, but used in very sarcastic manner only Apparent meaning: same meaning as the word “educate,” although this one, when used, adds a sarcastic tone to it. Type of word formation: Created via assimilation. The ‘m’ inserted into the middle of the word is a standard progression of the mouth after performing the ‘du’ sound. Likewise, the ‘a’ after the ‘m’ is a standard progression as well, and the word picks back up after that. Reason used: My partner was talking down to me so much that I finally acknowledged his arrogance by taking an overly ignorant role and asked him to edmucate me in order to slap some sense into him. Example sentence: Well since you’re so smart and I’m so dumb, why don’t you just edumacate me in the ways of philosophy and science.
 
Source : Used by me when my partner on a computer science project was acting like too much of a smart ass.
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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