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Searching For A Word?

November 1, 2022

Sometimes it can be tough to find the words to say what you mean. It’s almost as if life itself is a word search, except instead of looking for the just-perfect string of letters inside a grid of letters, you’re doing that with your brain’s language center. Here are some rare, obscure, and strange terms—each with an extremely specific meaning.

Apricate: to lie around in and enjoy the sunshine.

Sonder: when one realize that strangers have lives as complicated as one’s own.

Morgenfrisk: feeling rested after a night of quality, restful sleep.

Douceur: a bribe.

Oienomel: something both strong and sweet.

Doss: to take a spontaneous nap, right wherever you are.

Furphy: a rumor.

Elflock: tangled or matted hair.

Metanoia: a radical change in one’s personal philosophy or outlook.

Deipnosophist: one who is excellent at dinner conversation.

Balter: to dance poorly but have a good time nonetheless.

Lucida: a constellation’s brightest star.

Overmorrow: the day after tomorrow.

Yestreen: yesterday, at night.

Pecksniffian: hypocritical.

Morii: the desperate need to document a spontaneous moment with a photograph or a video.

Sturmfrei: the exhilarating feeling of freedom associated with being alone.

Hygge: a sense of warmth and contentment.

Lustrum: half of a decade, or five years.

Eximious: distinguished in one’s field.

Ovoid: egg-shaped.

Sagittate: arrowhead-shaped.

Mythomane: a person prone to lying.

Gigil: the compulsion to hug or squeeze a loved one.

Obnubilate: to purposely obscure.

Mulligrubs: a bad mood.

Accismus: the act of pretending to not be interested in something that one absolutely, passionately desires.

Limerance: a state of anxiety that results from feeling romantically attracted to someone and having a deep need to have them like you back.

Nemophilist: one with a keen to passionate interest in forests.

Uhtceare: the feeling of waking up too early with a sense of anxiety or worry.

Prevaricate: to give a meandering, wishy-washy answer rather than be decisive and direct.

Crepuscular: it describes an animal who is most active at dusk and at dawn.

Exulansis: the impulse to stop talking about a unique or profound experience because others can’t relate.

Sagacious: wise.

Fatuous: ridiculous.

Absquatulate: to quickly or spontaneously leave a place or gathering without announcing it or saying goodbye to anyone.

Never be at a loss for words again! The word search is on with Scary Mommy Word Search and Dad Jokes Word Search. These books make great gifts and are available now from Portable Press.

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