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Coimetromania

An abnormal attraction to and desire to visit cemeteries: There are some people who have coimetromanias that involve compulsions to examine various graves and other burial places whenever they have a chance.

Quotable – Gillian Clarke

Quotable – Gillian Clarke Find out more about the author here

Aphesis:- the loss of an unstressed initial vowel or syllable

Aphesis definition, the disappearance or loss of an unstressed initial vowel or syllable, as in the formation of the word slant from aslant.

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Serein (n.) The fine, light rain that falls from a clear sky at sunset or in the early hours of night;

Cimmerian-

of, relating to, or suggestive of a western people believed to dwell in perpetual darkness. Isn't Conan the Barbarian from Cimmeria originally?

malinger - [muh-ling-ger]  verb; to pretend illness, especially in order to shirk one's duty.  avoid work, etc.

Malinger definition, to pretend illness, especially in order to shirk one's duty, avoid work, etc.

Get the Word of the Day - eldritch | Dictionary.com

Origin: Eldritch is of uncertain origin, but the earlier elrich is equivalent to the Old English el- meaning "foreign, strange, uncanny" and rīce meaning "kingdom"; hence “of a strange country, pertaining to the Otherworl

So many are like this! "I", "I", "I"!...

blatherskite \BLATH-er-skahyt\, noun: a person given to voluble, empty talk.

The judge decided to execute the killer for his moral turpitude.

Turpitude - vile, shameful, or base character; a vile or depraved act. Origin: Turpitude finds its roots in the Latin term turpis meaning "base, vile." It entered English in the late

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