Ca-booth: noun. The small, four-sided room in which one visits animals at a pet store or animal shelter. Caboose + Booth.
Clerk-u-ler: noun. The worker who one pays when finishing one’s shopping. Clerk + Customer.
Com-par-i-ment: noun. The act of assessing two things side by side to determine significant similarities and/or differences. Comparison + Experiment.
Down-er-case: adjective. In bicameral scripts, a small letter. Syn. lowercase, miniscule. Ant. uppercase, majuscule, capital.
Had-ed: auxiliary verb. To require (past tense). Ex. I haded to eat my dinner. Syn. had. Because everyone knows you add an -ed to make a verb past tense.
Hy-dro-nat-ed: adjective. The state of having adequate water in an object. Not to be confused with hydrogenated.
Neat-o-er: adjective. Comparison of neato, with neato-est as superlative. Of superior neato-ness. More neato. Syn. niftier. Ant. boringer.
O-ver-rupt: verb. To cover or stop a thing by overpowering its sound. Overpower + Interrupt
O-ver-tast-ing: adjective. That which overpowers or overcomes, particularly with regard to the olfactory sense.
Per-cep-tion: noun. A social event held for the purpose of celebrating a specific occasion, typically a wedding. Syn. party, soirée, bash, reception.
Pred-at: noun. A creature that is hunted for food. Syn.prey.
Rip-en-er: adj. Mature, as in produce. Comparative of ripe.
Snuv: noun. Insect larva. Syn. Grub. Ant. Anything on earth deserving of mercy.
Son-shine: noun. The male offspring of a parent. A male person adopted as a son.
Tan-te: noun. An explosive, often taking the form of a stick. Syn. dynamite, trinitrotoluene, TNT.
Two-ith:adjective. Immediately following the first. An ordinal number for two. Syn. second.
Un-rase: verb. To make new by clearing existing marks. Undo + Erase
Weird-wolf: noun. A shapeshifting folkloric wolf who does odd things, i.e. howl at the moon, bite unsuspecting humans, fear silver. Syn. Werewolf. Lycanthrope.
Well-ly: adverb. To do something with a high degree of quality. Because even a toddler knows that adverbs end in -ly.