Outridrome, n.

a concourse for being away from laughter

Used in a Sentence

April 2016
"The hysterical stress of the period collided catastrophically with the sharp and brittle ribs of the Long-Fingered Fessicans. The populace started developing a habit of long bouts of anxious laughter, each of which risked in its fierceness the piercing of an organ or the breaking off of bones within the body. After a while, city centers were forced to create a wide variety of outridromes, where the vulnerable could walk somberly when they feared the fearful snapping that came with hilarity." (submitted by tomcoates)

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