vocabulary

Words I wish I remembered better:

akathisia — restlessness, an inability to sit still, extreme agitation
akrasia — the state of mind in which someone acts against their better judgement through weakness of will
atherosclerosis
vituperative
perspicacity
paroxysmal
alexithymia — an inability to identify and describe emotions within the self
cymatics
coleoidea
hypoxyphilia
novaturient
puerility
amain
raiment
coeval
corporeal
phalanx
plenitude
animalcule
basorexia — the overwhelming desire to kiss
insularity — ignorance of lack of interest in areas of culture, or people outside one’s own experiences
adscititious — forming an addition or supplement, not integral or intrinsic
agastopia — the admiration of a part of someone’s body

Akratic Akathisiac

nescient swot

how am I simultaneously so skittish and so laid back?

Words I just like:
elude
alert
ineffable
sleazy
hesitancy
sensible, coherent
sagacious, shrewd, discerning
salacious
variegated
skittish
osculate
devious
lecherous

Words

tumescent
preponderance
irreverent
pulchritudinous
adroit
dourness
aggrandizing
novel
Litany
hegemonic
Unrequited
homely
laconic
emasculate
succor
ad absurdum
forthright
edifying
ab initio
industrious
esophagogastroduodenoscopy
affable
gilt
acclimate
disingenuous
dialectical
autocratic
vacilando
tumultuous
rudimentarily
propensity
tripe
iconoclast
pervade
wrought
a posteriori
raptured
enraptured
enrapt
ancillary
foment
opine
vacuity
mea culpa
awry
glom
accretion
adroit
poignant
amenities
demeanor
unrequited
proselytizing
saccharine
extolled
anathema
tropes
redressed
comeuppance
denigrated
tetchy
bourgeois

More (and possibly duplicates):

anachronism
sectarian - denoting or concerning a sect or sects
deprivation? depravation!
expiscate - to learn through laborious investigation; to search out; literally, to fish out
expergefaction - act of rousing; the condition of being aroused
expergefactor - someone or something that awakens: an awakener; e.g., an alarm clock
fysigunkus - someone who is totally devoid of curiosity
omninescience - ignorance of everything, universal ignorance
copacetic - adj. - in excellent order
boisterous
Conviviality
specious
proscribe
tenuous
hermetic
abstruse - difficult to understand, obscure.
entoptical
erudite - having or showing great knowledge or learning
groks - understand (something) intuitively or by empathy
anomalism — being different from standard or norm
ipseity — person’s individuality

http://phrontistery.info/i.html
http://wordie.org/words/hypographia

pan·e·gyr·ic (pn-jrk, -jrk) n.
1. A formal eulogistic composition intended as a public compliment.
2. Elaborate praise or laudation; an encomium.
...glad i cleared that up. what?

cadmium coward

virescent
virescence
viridescence
verdant
verdurous
green
innocuous
voluble
immolation
nonplussed and befuddled by society’s changing mores
utmost
prophesied
poor
sad
woefully
modest
disillusioned
pervasiveness
deign
Atopìa
teetotaler
genuflect
remarquable
eminence
daft
deft
concession
pious
eminently
reverence
conscious
aforementioned
ecumene
rapine
sanctimoniously
obeisance
deferential
edicts
crassly
conceit
infirmed
dullard
myopia
myoptic
obtuse
moron
fool
blockhead
dolt
dunce
bourgeoisie
stupid
inanity
long
pathological
pathology
habitual
inopportune
eloquently
fluent
articulate
wit
familiarity
amity
bleating
dimwits
trounce
cantankerous
oblivious
forgo
outlandish
fantastical
womenfolk
unseemly
fait accompli
superfluous

Still more:

heart rending
gut wrenching
depressing
grave
gloomy
somber
dolorous
doleful
disheartening
woebegone
disallowing
hope
besotted
disjointed
fragmented
parse
meaning
indispensable
essential
coddled
mendacity
mendacious
evidentially
annexed
verisimilitude
trophic
respite
solipsism
nomad
complementary
recuse
perennial
aridity
feign
desultory
bête noire
errata
consciousness
unabashed
plurality
duplicity
tumultuous
auspicious
incisive
derelict
dereliction
dilapidated
dilapidate
invective
stanchioned
aplomb
penultimate
antepenultimate
temporize
votaries
inculcating
jostling
indulgently
antipathy
jesuitry
poignant
facetious
flippant
atrocious
health
malformed
anodyne

sop
bilious
splenetic
cowardly

abscond — leave hurriedly or secretly
philogynist — a person who likes or admires women
diffidence — modest or shy because of a lack of self-confidence
profligacy — recklessly extravagant or wasteful in the use of resources

Obsequent (obsequious!?), adjective, obedient or attentive to an excessive or servile degree.
Ostrobogulous, adjective, slightly risqué or indecent; bizarre, interesting or unusual.

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