Frankensteining (frang-kuhn-stahyn-eeng) v.
1. The act of taking bodies from graves to create a monster (see also grave robbing)
2. The heinous crime of being in an Adler packet with confusing and deep questions (see also child abuse).
a. Mary Shelly’s world renowned novel was frankensteined to the horror and tears of many students.
b. To Kill a Mockingbrird had been frankensteined so many times that Harper Lee rolled in her grave.