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    #1

    chuckalicious

    Hi,
    I'd like to know the meaning of the word chuckalicious. Please help me.
    Thanks.
    Rip

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    #2

    Re: chuckalicious

    It's not a word.
    It sounds like a nonsensical utterance in an advertising slogan, but it's not an English word.
    John

    PS: Was anyone else tempted to respond with: chuckalicious means supercalifragilisticexpialidocious ?

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    Re: chuckalicious

    I'm sorry you have never met this word. I'm sure it is, or at least it is used as if it were, by S. King in "It". It is used as an adjective but I can't understand the meaning. Home someone will be able to help me. perhaps someone who read "It"

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    Re: chuckalicious

    I have just found the word chucklicious, but I don't know if it could be same word, because an "a" is missing.

    Adjective; A term used to describe a situation or action that produces a chuckle from one or more people in an area.
    That noun was chucklicious!

    Remember when noun did verb? Yeah, dude, that was chucklicious.

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    #5

    Re: chuckalicious

    Yes, I just saw the entry on urbandictionary.com.

    I have never seen this word in print and I've never heard anyone speak it either.

    JOHN

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    #6

    Re: chuckalicious

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnParis View Post
    I have never seen this word in print and I've never heard anyone speak it either.
    You are not alone.

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    #7

    Re: chuckalicious

    Quote Originally Posted by fivejedjon View Post
    You are not alone.
    Far from being alone.

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    #8

    Re: chuckalicious

    Quote Originally Posted by ripley View Post
    I'm sorry you have never met this word. I'm sure it is, or at least it is used as if it were, by S. King in "It".
    When people tell you, "It's not a word," they often mean that it's not something you will find in a dictionary. "Chuckalicious" is a neologism. Time will show if it's going to become a dictionary word. (I don't think it is.)

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