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Egregious Funambulist, This serendipitous disinterment irrefragably engenders heuristic cogitation, elucidation and veracity. Ovine velleity, thewless descant, miscreant concatenation, pavid vilification and temerarious calumniations immure syncretism. Your histrionic hegemony and ecumenical sanctimony, prone to paroxysm and catatonia, where harrowing
gerontocracies, obscuring sciosophy and obsequious conniving vassals of sequacious polysyllogism reign with conniving venality, ostentatious dissimulation and pertinacious recusancy to perpetuate chimerical monstrosities, global imbroglios, neurotic fragmentation and psychotic armamentation, portend omnifarious cataclysm. exigent Axiomatic reconnoitering necessitates exigent circumspection, perspicacious equanimity and sedulous cogency to abjure ubiquitous beguilement, nugatory mellifluous prolixity and apophthegmatic condescendence. Scrutators hearken, descry and reintegrate, proclivities, ameliorate nescience, titivate desultory proclivities, recalcitrate paralogism, succour pusillanimous tiros and eschew logomachy. Aquarian conspirators know nomology, my theanthropic cognation, numinous propinquity, propitious ataraxia, impending chiliad of benevolence and eclectic meritocracy. I am endogenous, adumbrating pulchritudinous you. Am I??
desideratum something wanted or needed egregious 1. remarkably or extraordinarily flagrant 2. distinguished or eminent funambulist a tightrope walker serendipity for faculty of making desirable but unsought for discoveries by accident disinterment 1. to take out of the place of interment; exhume; unearth 2. to bring from obscurity into view irrefragably not to be refuted; undeniable engenders to; 1. to cause; give rise to; to produce 2. to beget; procreate heuristic 1. serving to find out; to further invest
2. a teaching method encouraging the student to find out for himself cogitation 1. faculty of thinking devise; 2. ponder; devise; think hard; meditate; a thought 3. meditation elucidation to make lucid or clear; throw light upon; explain veracity 1. truthfulness in speaking or statement; habitual observance of truth truth 2. conformity to truth or fact, as of statements ovine pertaining to, of the nature of, sheep velleity 1. volition in its weakest form 2. a mere wish, unaccompanied be real effort to attain thewless without vigour or energy descant 1. a variation upon anything; comment on 2. to make comments; discourse at length and with variety
miscreant depraved; villainous; base concatenation 1. connection, as in a chain 2. a series of interconnected or interdependent things or events pavid frightened; fearful; timid vilification to speak evil of; defame; traduce; deprecate; slander; malign; disparage; traduce temerarious reckless; rash; daring calumniation to make false statements about; slander immure to enclose within walls; to shut in; to imprison; confine; fortify; entomb in a wall; confine syncretism the attempted reconciliation or union of different or opposing principles, practices, or parties, as in philosophy or religion
histrionic 1. of or pertaining to actors or acting 2. artificial; theatrical hegemony 1. leadership or predominant influence exercised by one state over another 2. leadership; predominance ecumenical 1. general; universal christian 2. pertaining to the whole christian church sanctimony pretended, affected, or hypocritical holiness or devoutness prone having a natural tendency or inclination to something; disposed to; liable paroxysm sudden, 1. any sudden, violent outburst; a fit of violent emotion 2. a severe attack, or increase in violence of a disease, usually recurring periodically catatonia
a syndrome seem most frequently in schizophrenia, with mental muscular rigidity and mental stupor, sometimes alternating with great excitement and confusion harrowing disturbing or distressing to the mind, feeling, etc. gerontocracies government by old men obscuring plain not clear or plain (of meaning); uncertain, etc. sciosophy a system of pretended knowledge usually based on tradition or the like, and not on scientific fact obsequious 1. servilely compliant or overly deferential 2. characterized by or showing servile compliance vassals 1. persons holding lands by the obligation to render military service or its equivalent to superiors 2. a servant or slave sequacious unreasonably 1. following another person unreasonably
2. following with smooth regularly, as in musical notes, thoughts, etc. polysyllogism logic-a number of syllogisms arranged in a series so that logicthe conclusion of one (prosyllogism) serves as the episyllogism) premise of another (an episyllogism) reign 1. the period or term or ruling, as of a sovereign 2. royal rule or way 3. dominating power or influence conniving to avoid noticing that which one should oppose or approves; condemn but secretly approves; give aid to wrongdoing venality ready to sell ones services or influence unscrupulously; accessible to bribery; corruptly mercenary; prostitution of talents or principles for money or reward ostentatious characteristics by or given top pretentious show dissimulation 1. feigning, hypocrisy
2. the ability or the tendency to appear mentally normal when actually suffering from disorder; a characteristic of the paranoiac pertinacious persistent, holding tenaciously to a purpose, course of action, or opinion recusancy refusing to submit or comply; obstinate refusal or opposition perpetuate to make perpetual; preserve from oblivion chimerical chimerical 1. unreal; imaginary; visionary 2. wildly fanciful monstrosities 1. huge; extremely great 2. frightful or hideous; extremely ugly 3. revolting; outrageous; shocking or 4. deviating greatly from the natural form or type global allpertaining to or covering the whole world; all-embracing imbroglio
1. an intricate and perplexing state of affairs; a complicated or difficult situation 2. a confused heap neurotic an emotional disorder in which feelings of anxiety, obsessional thoughts, compulsive acts and physical complaints without objective evidence of disease, in various patterns, dominate the personality. fragmentation disintegration the disintegration or breakdown of norms of thought, behaviour, or social relationship psychotic 1. any major, severe form of mental affection or disease 2. the state of consciousness at a given time armamentation the weapons with which a military unit, airplane, vehicle or warship is equipped portend an indication or omen of something about to happen, esp. something momentous; ominous significance omnifarious varieties of all forms, varieties or kinds
cataclysm any violent upheaval axiomatic 1. a recognizable truth 2. an established and universally accepted principle or rule reconnoitering enemy's 1. to inspect, observe or survey the enemy's strength, position, etc., in order to gain information for military or other strategic purposes. 2. to make a reconnaissance necessitates obliges, forces, compels exigent 1. requiring immediate action or aid; urgent; pressing 2. requiring a great deal , or more than is reasonable circumspection 1. watchful on all sides; cautious; prudent 2. well considered perspicacious having keen mental perception; discerning equanimity
evenness of mind or temper; calmness; composure sedulous 1. diligent in application or attention; persevering 2. persistently or carefully maintained cogency power if proving or producing belief; convincing force abjure 1. to renounce or repudiate; retract; esp. with solemnity 2. to forswear ubiquitous being everywhere at the same time; omnipresence beguilement delude 1. to mislead; delude 2. to charm or divert nugatory 1. trifling; of no real value; worthless 2. of no force or effect; futile; vain mellifluous 1. sweetly or smoothly flowing 2. flowing with honey prolixity
1. extended to great, unnecessary, or tedious length; long and wordy 2. speaking or writing at great length apophthegmatic a short, pithy, instructive saying; a terse remark or aphorism condescendence voluntarily 1. to waive ceremony voluntarily and assume equality with an inferior 2. to behave as if one is conscious of descending from a superior position, rank or position scrutators one who investigates hearken attend to listen; to give heed or attend to what is said descry 1. to make out (something distant or unclear) by looking 2. to discover; perceive; detect reintegrate reto make whole again; restore to a perfect state; re-new; rere-establish ameliorate ameliorate
to make or become better; improve nescience 1. lack of knowledge; ignorance 2. agnosticism titivate to make smart or spruce desultory one 1. veering about from one thing to another; disconnected unmethodical; fitful 2. random proclivity natural or habitual inclination or tendency; propensity; predisposition recalcitrate objection to make resistance or opposition; show strong objection or repugnance paralogism a piece of false or fallacious reasoning, esp. one of whose falseness the reasoner is not conscious succour 1. help; relief; aid; assistance 2. one who or that which gives help, relief, etc.
pusillanimous lacking strength of mind or courage; faint hearted; cowardly tiros beginners in learning anything; novices eschew to abstain from; shun; avoid logomachy contention about words, or in which words are used as verbiage, regardless or their true meaning aquarian waterthe eleventh sign of the zodiac, the water-bearer conspirators 1. to act in combination; contribute jointly to a result 2. to agree together, esp. secretly, to do some reprehensible or illegal; combine for an evil or unlawful purpose know 1. to perceive or understand as fact or truth, or apprehend with clearness and certainty 2. to have fixed in the mind or memory
3. to be cognizant or aware of; to be acquainted with as by sight, experience, or of the mind nomology 1. the science of law or laws 2. the science of the laws of the mind theanthropic of or pertaining to both God and man; both divine and human cognation 1. related by birth; of the same parentage, descent, etc. 2. related in origin 3. allied in nature or quality numinous 1. evincing the presence of deity 2. arousing elevated or religious feeling propinquity 1. nearness of place; proximity 2. nearness of relation; kinship 3. affinity of nature; similarity 4. nearness in time propitious presenting 1. presenting favourable conditions; favourable
2. indicative of favour 3. disposed to bestow favours or forgive ataraxia state of tranquility, free from emotional disturbance and anxiety impending happen; 1. about to happen; imminent 2. overhanging chiliad 1. a thousand years benevolence desire to do good for others; goodwill; charitableness eclectic 1. selecting what seems best from various styles or idea 2. not following any one system, but selecting and using whatever is considered best in all systems meritocracy persons collectively who have reached positions of authority by reason of real or supposed merit endogenous growing or proceeding from within; originating within adumbrating
1. to give a faint shadow or resemblance of 2. to foreshadow; prefigure; overshadow pulchritudinous 1. beautiful - that quality of appearance which pleases pleases the eye; beauty; comeliness; grace; loveliness 2. attractive moral excellence Familiarize, imbue and concatenate Find out: who or what am "I" ? wanted Am I wanted and/or needed? Then let me be. I am yours, Truly.
Source; Hamlyn Encyclopaedic World Dictionary
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