The belief that one’s thoughts are being stolen by enemies.
Rapid and luxuriant growth, such as bacteria bred in labs (and teenagers).
A neurotic preoccupation with wrinkles.
An inability to see at night.
Medieval Christian monks who wandered from monastery to monastery, or traveling salesmen and others who go door to door.
A collector of beer coasters.
Insanity caused by lack of food.
A tendency to fart.
A morbid state in which the sufferer believes himself to be dead.
One so idle as to be a burden on his friends.
A woman who makes a fuss about everything but does little or nothing.
An animal that eats fruit, such as the orangutan, whose diet is 65% fruit.
Intestinal cramps, such as colic, or a feeling of apprehension.
One who argues about anything.
In ancient Greece, the commander of 1,000 men (chilioi, a thousand; archos, leader).
Coined in the 1920s by social critic H.L. Mencken to describe the gullible masses. A parody of the French word bourgeoisie.
From the Greek word orkhis (testicles), the surgical removal of one, or both.
Marked with tiny stains from the excrement of flies.