Sunday, May 01, 2005
Will Geek for Words, Part 2
Comploration, n.: wailing and weeping together.
Conticent, adj.: quiet, hushed.
Corybantism, n.: a frenzied, sleepless delirium accompanied by wild and frightening hallucinations, also corybantiasm.
Cuggermugger, n.: whispered gossiping.
Dacnomania, n.: a mania for killing.
Daymare, n.: anxiety attack.
Demophobe, n.: a people-hater.
Devenustate, v.i.: to deprive of beauty.
Dicacity, n.: oral playfulness; talkativeness.
Dolorifuge, n.: something that relieves sadness.
Dundreary, n.: a stuttering, foolish, long-bearded fop.
Dysphemism, n.: the opposite of euphemism.