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Stochastic - involving a random variable; involving chance or probability; many small sounds composed to create a pleasing wash
Panopticism - a social theory named after the Panopticon, originally developed by French philosopher Michel Foucault in his book Discipline and Punish. The "panopticon" refers to an experimental laboratory of power in which behaviour could be modified, and Foucault viewed the panopticon as a symbol of the disciplinary society of surveillance.
Eudaimonia - a Greek word, which refers to a state of having a good indwelling spirit or being in a contented state of being healthy, happy and prosperous.
Epitome - (Noun) 1. a person or thing that is a perfect example of a particular quality or type. 2. a summary of a written work; an abstract.
NOTE: When I read this, it was in reference to #2. New one for me ;-D
Eviscerate - (Verb) to deprive of vital or essential parts
Sycophant - (Noun) A self seeking, servile flatterer; fawning parasite. A person who uses flattery to win favour from individuals wielding influence; toady
Recalcitrant - (Adjective) 1. resisting authority or control. 2. hard to deal with.
Equanimity - ( Noun) mental or emotional stability.
Expurgate - (Verb) to purge or cleanse of moral offensiveness.
Ostensible - (Adjective) 1. outwardly appearing as such; professional; pretended. 2. apparent, evident, or conspicuous.
Philately - (Noun) the collection of stamps and other postal matters as hobby or investment.
NOTE: This word just sounds happy to me ;-D
Antediluvian - (Adjective) 1. of or belonging to the period before the Flood. Gen. 7, 8. 2. very old, old-fashioned, or out of date; antiquated; primitive:
NOTE: Can be used as a noun to be the person of ...
Mercurial - adj. (of a person) subject to sudden or unpredictable changes of mood or mind. noun. a drug or other compound containing mercury.
Anathema - something (person/thing) strongly disliked
Psithurism - Sound of Rustling Leaves
Turbidity - Cloudyness or mist in water. Unclear.
Ermine - A Stoat
Ebullient - Cheerful and energetic
Detritus - a product of disintegration, destruction, or wearing away
Misogynistic - a hatred of women
Avaricious - greedy of gain
Surrepticiously - acting or doing something clandestinely
Duplicitous - Deceptive in words and/or action
Mercurial - Unpredictable change of mood
Auspicious - Marked by success; favorable
Doxology - An expression of praise to God
Kerfuffle - Disturbance; Fuss
Magnanimously - Courageously noble in mind and heart
Fecundity - Creative Power
Efficacious - producing a desired effect
Paroxysm - Sudden outburst of emotion
Ululation - to howl
Assiduously - Persistant; diligent
Tobacconist - Dealer of smoking supplies
Bespectacled - Wearing eyeglasses
Temerity - Recklessness; Disregard of danger
Taciturn - Silent; Reserved
Reticent - Inclined to keep one's thoughts, feelings, and personal affairs to oneself
Nefarious - Evil, Wicked, Sinful
Scintillate - To be animated and brilliant
Ameliorate - To make or become better; Improve
Pharisaism - observance of the external forms of religion without genuine belief; hypocrisy
Doxology - An expression of praise to God
Dichotomy - division into two parts
Inimitable - Cannot be imitated. No match
Obsequious - obedient or attentive in an ingratiating or servile manner
Recalcitrant -does not follow authority well
Ambulation - Walk from place to place
Pharisaic - self-righteous; hypocritical
Senescence - growing old; aging
Melee - confusion; turmoil
Extole - to lift up; rise
Anathema-a person or thing detested or loathed: That subject is anathema to him
Sycophant - a person who uses flattery to win favour from individuals wielding influence
Ennui - Feeling of utter weariness and discontent; boredom
Omnipotent - Unlimited power; almighty
Sovereignty - Supreme power; freedom from external control
Undulating - Move in smooth wavelike motion
Circuitous - Not direct or forthright in action
Sussing - To discover; figure out or size up; study
Susurrus - Soft, whispering or rustling sound; a murmur
Pernicious - Having a harmful effect; causing insidious harm or ruin
Cacophony - Jarring, discordant sound; dissonance
Otalgia - Technical name for earache