apposite

[AP-uh-zit]

adjective

Being of striking appropriateness and relevance; very applicable; apt.

He didn’t think it was apposite that I strongly felt the need for him to double bag it.

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orison

[AWR-uh-zuhn]

noun

A prayer.

Before takeoff, let’s say an orison and pray that we don’t get a piss drunk pilot.

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evince

[ih-vins]

verb (used with object)

To show clearly; make evident or manifest; prove.

Oh, Sarah Palin, how you evince your grotesquely inadequate intelligence every time you open your big, red, dick sucking lips.

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freedom

/ˈfridəm/

noun

The state of being free, of not being imprisoned or enslaved.

“The homosexuals love to cram their queer agenda down the throats of hardworking American families…

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supplant

[suh-plant]

verb (used with object)

To take the place of (another), as through force, scheming, strategy, or the like…

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solatium

/soʊˈleɪʃiəm/

noun

anything which alleviates or compensates for suffering or loss.

The congressman’s mistress threatened to go public unless she was paid a monthly solatium to keep quiet about the abortion he forced her to have.

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