If you've ever tried to post a comment on a website, you know that you're confronted with "words" that you're required to type into a box. These are listed to foil computer responses, or so I'm told.
Some of these "words" are too just good to exclude from the English language. I've saved a few of them, along with what I believe would be appropriate definitions:
Acrudir: an asset that has been assigned to you.
Bellwoof: a chained dog.
Browsness: a desire to go online.
Chaptio: flaky skin.
Dinte: a small, largely unimportant matter.
Gasorque: severe intestinal cramps.
Glrfist: a social misfit.
Hosif: unfortunately, Joseph has a harelip.
Inden: start a paragraph one space short.
Leaprapti: a kangaroo-like mammal.
Molatar: a specialty dermatologist.
Pitenam: the Asian black hole in which the U.S. made war in the 60's and 70's.
Pressesh: pushy, obnoxious
Proarr: quite in favor of r's.
Proctant: a patient of a doctor who specializes in anuses.
Proaslump: a medicine for hemorrhoids.
Redicus: a state of preparedness in the Vatican.
Remors: kind of sorry, but not really.
Rumbulus: gang trouble in the Vatican.
Smerm: an apple-polisher.
Sproo: what you spit when you're taking a drink and someone makes you laugh.
Turgrit: pre-floss material between your teeth.
Untersy: placid, soft-spoken.
Whemezi: the bacteria that produces a bad cough.
There are undoubtedly thousands of these that could and should be words. Please send me your favorites at firstname.lastname@example.org. Who knows? We could drive Mr. Webster nuts!