multifarious

[muhl-tuh-FAIR-ee-uhs]

adjective

Having great diversity or variety; of various kinds; diversified.

A multifarious sexual repertoire is required if one wants to keep his or her mate from fleeing the nest.

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eremite

[ER-uh-myt]

noun

A hermit, especially a religious recluse.

My neighbor, who I always took for an eremite, was also a hoarder of garbage, soiled diapers, and stray cats.

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pulchritude

[puhl-kri-tood]

noun

Beauty.

Sure, she’s funny, but Kelly Oxford’s pulchritude drives me fucking wild.

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effluvium

[ih-FLOO-vee-uhm]

noun

A slight or invisible exhalation or vapor, esp. one that is disagreeable.

I walked into my son’s room and was greeted by the effluvium of bong usage.

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degage

[dey-gah-ZHEY]

adjective

Without emotional involvement; detached.

I’m always impressed by The Situation’s degage attitude towards sleeping with broads and then promptly asking them to leave.

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nepenthe

/nɪˈpɛn θi/

noun

1 anything soothing and comforting. 2 a drug used by the ancients to give relief from pain and sorrow (by some supposed to have been opium or hashish)…

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stertor

[STUR-ter]

noun

A heavy snoring sound.

Cocaine clogs my nostrils and causes me to breathe in stertors.

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