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intexticated

adjective; blending
Describing a person who does something worthy of attention while he is texting. For example, when a person is driving or walking across the street while texting with his phone, he is described ‘intexticated.’ The term is a blending of the word ‘intoxicated’ and ‘text’ just switching ‘toxi’ to ‘testi’.
 
“He’s driving while looking down at his phone. He must be intexticated.”
Etymology : blending- ‘intoxicated’ meaning “full of poison" derived from Latin: intoxicates + ‘text’ meaning to send an instant text message
Source : suitemate; November 20th 2010
Last modified: 8 December 2010


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