I decided that it was time to document these strange letter combinations and assign a definition to them, thereby creating some wonderful new words for our vocabularies. Following are 5 of these new creations for your enjoyment; feel free to assimilate your favorites into your everyday conversation. Your friends and co-workers will be envious!
apasper: (noun) a perspiration stain on a garment that remains after laundering from a previous sweaty activity; as in, "Serena found it necessary to be constantly designing new tennis-wear, because of the apasper on outfits which she had already worn in matches."
coribra: (noun) a brassiere made of corduroy; as in, "Stella found that her coribra was an excellent garment for keeping her girls warm while skiing."
dorblanc: (adjective) having totally lost your train of thought; as in, "I'd like to answer that question but I'm a total dorblanc."
propat: (adjective) one who cheers for and is a fan of the Patriots' football team; as in, "John was so propat, he would paint his face red, white, and blue when he went to football games."
roarance; (noun) the measure of a supervisor's anger in the workplace by the loudness of his or her reprimand; as in, "From the degree of roarance emitted by his boss, Rodney gathered that it wasn't cool to display photo-shopped nude photos of the guy on the big screen at the company holiday party."
Remember: Use a word three times in a sentence and it's in your vocabulary forever!