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Interesting Words List Agrestic: Someone who is rude, uncouth and uncultured.

Ubiquitous: Which seems everywhere or omnipresent. Ecdysiast: A striptease artist. Bailiwick: An area of interest, activity or authority. Insinuation: A malicious implication. Animadversion: A harsh critical remark. Epistemology: Related to philosophy, which studies the science of how we know things. Banal: Boring, rudimentary, something that is not original. Godspeed: Success or fortune. Schadenfreude: Sadistic pleasure derived from someone's misfortune. Porphyrophobia: Fear of the color purple. Senescence: Growing old or aging. Euphony: Bearable or agreeable sound. Quixotic: Extremely romantic and chivalrous. Jocularity:Funny or joking speech; joking behavior Mendacity: A pretense; a false appearance. Obloquy: An oral or verbal abuse towards a person. Ribaldry: Behavior inclining towards indelicacy. Heebie-Jeebies: Nervous jitters. Corpulent: Extremely fat. Ennui: Boredom or joblessness.

Callipygian: Well toned buttocks. Penultimate: Next to last. Kakistocracy: Government chosen by the worst class of citizens. Uxorious: Extremely submissive to one's wife. Ichthyophagous: One that feeds on fish. Hebetudinous: One who lacks mental stimulation, dull-minded, very lethargic. Mammiferous: Maving mammary glands. Tatterdemalion: A shabbily dressed person. Jejune: Nothing interesting; rudimentary. Solipsism: Its a philosophical belief that only the self exists. Hedonism: A belief that happiness is the only good thing in life. Hiatus: A break; a pause. Hispid: Coarse bristle like hair, especially of animals or plants. Perspicacious: To have a very good judgment. Condign: A well deserved punishment. Deipnosophist: A person with excellent dinner table conversation skills. Eleemosynary: Pertaining to charity. Pareidolia: A psychological phenomenon, wherein a person has the notion of seeing faces of people in clouds, hearing hidden messages and other such unusual feelings. Pleonasm: Use of redundant words. Syzygy: Linear alignment of 3 celestial bodies (the sun, the moon and the earth).

Tmesis: Separating parts of a word by using another word. Pilgarlic: A bald head. Sesquipedalian: Using long words. Sciolism: Superficial and pseudo knowledge. Stegophilist: A person who climbs buildings for the sake of fun. Lost Interesting Words in English Acrasial: Short tempered or ill tempered. Adimpleate: To fill up; to make something full. Aeipathy: Continued love or passion for something or someone. Bajulate: To take the burden of; bear the burden. Boscaresque: A scenic woodland; picturesque. Buccellation: The art of making small morsels. Coakatively: Artificially. Ecstasiate: To enter an ecstatic level. Exipotic: A purgatorial process. Fallaciloquence: A pretentious speech. Foppotee: A simpleton. Gnathonize: To flatter someone. Graviloquence: A sad or grave speech. Homerkin: An outdated measure for beer. Ictuate: To put stress on; to emphasize.

Jobler: Someone who does petty jobs. Kexy: Dry and brittle. Lignicide: An ancient word for woodcutter. Misqueme: To offend or displease. Nepheliad: A sky nymph. Obstrigillate: To resist; refuse; protest. Phalerate: Decorated; made beautiful. Quadrimular: A phenomenon lasting for four years. Rhodologist: A person who studies and classifies roses. Sacricolist: A devoted worshiper. Tecnolatry: Act of idolizing children. Vacivity: Hollow or emptiness. Funny Interesting Words In English How could a funny language not have a list of funny interesting words. Here are some interesting words in English for your fun. Conundrum: A difficult problem or a situation. Oxymoron: Contradictory terms. Hubris: Overbearing pride. Caveat: A warning; notice. Kvetch: Complain constantly. Capricious: Acting on whims; impulsive. Facetious: Humorous; jocular.

Loquacious: Talkative; trivial conversation. Anomaly: Abnormal; irregular. Sycophant: A person who tries to gain an advantage by pleasing someone. Interesting Words in English Without Vowels Vowels add an ease to pronunciation. However, there are a few English words that are spelled without vowels. Here's a list of interesting words in English without vowels. By: Means of; with the help of; used while specifying dimensions. Dry: The act of removing moisture. Fly: Travel or move through air. Fry: Cook in a hot pan with oil. Gypsy: A nomad living the tribal way. Hymn: A song of praise for the Lord. Lymph: A bodily fluid. Lynch: To kill or hurt without legal sanction. Lynx: A wild cat with a short tail. Myth: A baseless story. My: Possessive pronoun used to show belonging of an object. Ply: Give the desired or needed. Pygmy: A small (height) person. Pyx: A chest in which coins are kept. Rhythm: A musical beat with regular intervals. Shy: Short of; lacking confidence.

Sky: The outer space, appears blue in color when viewed from the earth's surface. Spry: Moving swiftly. Spy: To watch secretly. Sylph: A graceful and slender young woman. Try: Attempt. Tryst: Date with opposite gender. Wry: Sarcastic in a humorous way. Longest Interesting Words in English The English language has a list of longest words that make them a part of this interesting words list. A list of interesting especially the longest interesting words. Floccinaucinihilipilification: To describe something worthless. Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis: According to Oxford English Dictionary, a factitious word alleged to mean 'a lung disease caused by the inhalation of very fine silica dust, causing inflammation in the lungs.' Honorificabilitudinitatibus: This long word was coined by Shakespeare which means 'the state of being able to achieve honors'. Antidisestablishmentarianism: This is the longest non-coined and non-technical English word which was found in 19th to oppose the 'disestablishment of the Church of England as the state church of England'.