excresence /ˌikˈskresəns/ noun 1. A distinct outgrowth on a human or animal body or on a plant, especially one that is the result of disease or abnormality. 2. An unattractive or superfluous addition or feature.
1. The fleshy, knobbly and hairy excresence on little Jimmy’s shoulder grew so large that people at the state fair wanted to put him in a tent and show him off as the Two Headed Boy.
2. Dan Quayle was considered an unpleasant excresence on the Bush presidency. Sadly, this excresence couldn’t be burned-off with an electric needle.
PS: This is our wedding anniversary so we are taking a day trip to Mt. St. Helens.