Kakistocracy – A government that’s run by its worst citizens. So what’s new? When is this not the case?
Lubitorium – A service station. My car is in the lubitorium for an oil change.
Magirology – The science of cooking. So, a magirist is an excellent cook. I am so magirologically challenged I managed to burn a boiled egg.
Naufragate – To wreck something; and Niveous – Adjective meaning snowy or resembling snow. The roads were so niveous he skidded and naufragated his car
Ostrobogulous – Bizarre, unusual or interesting. Speaks for itself.
Pollinctor – an undertaker. Isn’t this just perfect?
Pulchritude; Noun; physical beauty. And Pulchritudinous; Adjective; beautiful
If there was ever a word that didn’t sound like its meaning then this is it. Imagine, she was so pulchritudinous she made your eyes water. Or the Venus de Milo defines the very essence of pulchritude. It’s a fantastic word. Use it every day!
Quatervois – Crossroads. Bonnie and Clyde met at the quatervois in the town centre and absquatulated before the cops came.
Resistentialism – The theory that inanimate objects demonstrate hostile behaviour toward us. It is true, just ask my computer!
Semiopathy – The tendency to read humorously inappropriate meanings into signs.
The sign said “Wet Paint” so I chucked a bucket of water over it.
Syzygy Just because it’s, the only English word with three Ys also happens to describe a rare astronomical event involving three heavenly bodies. A syzygy is the alignment of three celestial bodies in a straight line. Well why not?
Tyrotoxism – To be poisoned by cheese. One for the super sleuth, Hercule Poirot eat your heart out.
Ultra-crepidarian – To give opinions on topics beyond one’s own knowledge. Just what I am doing now perhaps? It is the life blood of social media the world over.
Vagarious – Erratic or unpredictable in behaviour or direction. His actions are so vagarious that nobody knew where he was heading.
Whelve – To bury, or hide something underneath something else. He whelved the bodies where the pollinctor would never find it.
Xanthippe – An ill-tempered woman. She was such a xanthippe that the magarist refused to cook for her.
Yemeles – Careless; negligent. I really must check my spelling more often but frankly I am too yemeles to bother.
Zabernism – The abuse of military power or authority; unjustified aggression. Take your pick, there are too many instances over the past few decades for me to list them.