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schock

verb; sound symbolism
To lick with extreme vigor and lots of slobber Possible Reasons Used: To express disgust at what had just occurred by using more than just the added emphasis that an exclamation mark implies. It tells what has occurred, as well as how the person who received the action feels about it, all shortened into one word.
 
Ew! The dog shlocked me!
Etymology : ‘shl’ slurping sound + ‘lick’
Source : friend
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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