psychomological

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psychomological (not comparable)

  1. (US, slang, humorous) psychological.
    • 1999 February 8, "Emily Spears" (username), "Is it important to gradually shut the lights off?", in rec.aquaria.freshwater.misc[1], Usenet:
      Hmmm, maybe I could get....hmmm, not sure how I'm going to get gradual light changes for the little girls....hmmm...m-u-s-t m-a-k-e b-r-a-i-n w-o-r-k!! B-u-t i-t'-s t-o-o-o h-a-r-d!!! gasp!!!! gasp!!!
      -Emily
      Just a girl with her fair share of psychomological problems!
    • 2002 November 2, "Stuart Baldwin" (username), "camelbac hydration", in uk.rec.walking[2], Usenet:
      I agree with Paul about the psychomological advantages of having a warm drink to hand and would suggest that the OP try to find room in his pack for a flask.
    • 2008 December 30, "Hoots" (username), "I look for penpals", in soc.penpals[3], Usenet:
      I think this might be deeply psychomological and all that or could be as simple as "Guys are wired up differently than women".