Claudication - a limp or limpiŋ movement
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"To come to a sticky end" they suffer very badly or die in an unpleasant way; a bitter end
Eupathy right feeling
Lachrymal relating to tears
Eulogise lionize, rhapsodize, praise highly
Ombrosalgia aches and pains felt when it rains
Spanogyny a place with few or no women
Xylopolist a seller of wood
Sarmassophobia the fear of love play
Saturnalian of or relating to A period or occasion of general license, in which the passions or vices have riotous indulgence; a period of unrestrained revelry.
Rebarbative Irritating, repellent.
Proper White Balence But Substandard Audio and Partial Blue Matching Chroma Key Scarf

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Evince - to exhibit; manifest, reveal
Lugubrious - doleful
Mitigate - relieve
Patently - evident
Perpetrate - to carry out
Plaintive - sorrowful

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Evince - exhibit
Lugubrious - mournful
Mitigate - soften
Patently - obviously
Perpetrate - commit
Plaintive - mournful
Tractable - obedient
Accede - agree
Diadem - crown
Droll - comical
Ennui - boredom
Indisposed - mildly ill
Injunction - command
Regale - delight
Vagary - whim

See: https://www.islandnet.com/~egbird/dict/words.pdf

See: The Grandiloquent Dictionary

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Bluestocking - (derogatory) A scholarly, literary, or cultured woman.

Bantling - (Britain dialectal) An infant or young child.


bantling, https://en.wiktionary.org/w/index.php?title=bantling&oldid=44365034 (last visited October 5, 2018).

bluestocking, https://en.wiktionary.org/w/index.php?title=bluestocking&oldid=49178491 (last visited October 5, 2018).

oblique - not straightforward

Lucubrate - To work diligently by artificial light; to study at night.
Cavil - To criticise for petty or frivolous reasons.
Ukase - Any absolutist order and/or arrogant proclamation

ukase, https://en.wiktionary.org/w/index.php?title=ukase&oldid=48068892

[See: Wiktionary]

Aflunters - in a state of disorder

Chaplinesque- Reminiscent of Sir Charles Spencer "Charlie" Chaplin (1889–1977), English comic actor and film director of the silent film era.
Wiktionary contributors, 'Chaplinesque', Wiktionary, The Free Dictionary, 2 July 2017, 12:38 UTC, https://en.wiktionary.org/w/index.php?title=Chaplinesque&oldid=46933222 [accessed 12 July 2018]

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mithridatism immunity to large doses of poison by prior ingestion of gradually increased doses
mumm To sport or make diversion in a mask or disguise; to mask.
[imp. & p. p. Mummed ; p. pr. & vb. n. Mumming.]
With mumming and with masking all around.
- Spenser.
(wickedly antediluvian or archaic , lol)
metempsychosis 1.
the migration of a soul from one body to another
the entering of a soul after death upon a new cycle of existence in a new body either of human or animal form
(see: Immortal Jellyfish, Cupid and Psyche, Androids, Minds Into Computers, and BioTech).
milk sickness an acute disease characterized by weakness, vomiting, and constipation, caused by ingestion of the flesh or dairy products of cattle affected with trembles
Medal for Merit a U.S. military decoration awarded civilians for exceptionally meritorious conduct in the performance of outstanding services
midmost in the middle or midst
mythopoeic of or relating to the composition of myths; productive of myths
milksop a feeble or ineffectual man or youth
seeress a woman with the supposed power to foretell events or a person's destiny; prophetess
lynx-eyed sharp-sighted

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palimpsest something reused
perquisite a benefit which one enjoys or is entitled to on account of one's job or position.
ferret search for
factitious artificial
gauche clumsy [See: Maladroit/Ungainly]
propitiate appease [See: alleviate, mollify]
peremptory insisting on immediate attention or obedience, especially in a brusquely imperious way.
hagiographic idealizing a subject
specious misleadingly attractive
prepossessing attractive
cynosure center of attention
chary cautious
indignant angry
sinecure easy job
remiss be negligent
dilatory time-wasting, slow (delay)
pernicious harmful
forlorn hopeless
nonplussed puzzled
bowdlerize censor
aphoristic concise, true
importuned asked persistently
enjoin prohibit
venial pardonable
portentous prophetic
lucubrate write or study, especially by night.
produce scholarly written material.
virago screaming woman
raft large number
exegesis critical analysis
vicissitude change in fortune
extenuating making less guilty
arch teasing
rakish disreputable
factious causing dissension
hamstrung made powerless
repudiate deny as untrue
insouciance lack of concern
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expansive sociable
simulacrum bad imitation
stultify sap enthusiam
purrhic of a costly victory
fleece deceive
surly bad-tempered
desideratum necessity
admonitory serving to warn
pillory ridicule publicly
prolixity verbosity
harried troubled persistently
overweening extremely proud
extenuating making less guilty
derisive full of ridicule
propitiate appease
dissolution debauchery [See: Intemperance]
hagiographic idealizing a subject
intransigent stubborn
rakish disreputable
vicissitude change in fortune
exegesis critical analysis
contrive pull off a scheme
eke scrape by
engender give rise to
picayune trifling petty
sinecure easy job
gauche clumsy
arrant utter
expound add details to
hamstrung made powerless
splenetic Easily irritated
Spiteful, irritable
irritable; easily angered
very irritable
highly irritable
benighted ignorant; uneducated
castigate scold harshly
blinkered parochial; limited in outlook
prescience able to foresee FUTURE
arch teasing
abut contiguous
foment stir up, agitate
subverse opposing authority
aphoristic concise, true
ferret search for (chercher)
inimical hostile
remiss be negligent
peremptory bossy
carping captious; fault-finding
mealy-mouthed reticent
not frank or direct
unwilling to speak simply and directly
indirect in speech; hypocritical; evasive
Afraid to express facts or opinions plainly.
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