THE REPROBATES DIC.

As a short introduction, I would only say that these WORDS have been selected over the course of many years, from a plethora of sources-(cited here as accurately as I can manage) and chosen for a vast number of reasons…Welcome to the first, of many installments of
THE REPROBATES DIC….(shun-air-ee)

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COOSE

noun.

Of the female gender. The ultimate insult to that sex. To be used
in rare occasions, when even the
word cunt, bitch, or whore can’t describe her.

(i.e. “Gee whiz Justin, isn’t my ex Alicia a
real coose?”)

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CUNT

noun.

Derogatory term for a woman. Considered by many
to be the most offensive word in the

English language.

(i.e. “My ex-girlfriend is a fucking cunt.”)

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IMMORAL SUPERIORITY

The belief or attitude that one is cooler than another because they pursue or pursued illicit deeds.

(i.e.” Jack bought a souvenir, but Meg stole one—demonstrating her immoral superiority”.)

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JENNY-isms:

[these words/phrases/paraphrases,etc.; are specific to this blogger, and used or regarded enough to be printed within the contents of ‘THE REPROBATES DIC.’ . *NOTE ; asterisks have been added to attribute credit to unknown, anonymous or specific sources, when appropriate.]

*DEAD ARTHUR

1. An extreme state of opiate prompted sleepiness, (also referred to as “the nod”). 2. Being so relaxed/tired, as a result of narcotic use, that one can assume otherwise impossible feats of flexibility, (while still maintaining the necessary degree of comfort needed to pass out).

(i.e. “…you were on the dead arthur; passed out with your head on the floor, and your ass on the

couch.”)

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YEAH YEAH

verb

1.the act of ‘punking ‘ someone off, and not taking them seriously. 2. Agreeing with someone, without knowing what you are agreeing to. 3. ‘Humouring’/appeasing another person, for the benefit of harmony or pleasantries (remaining non-confrontational by absent minded agreement).

(i.e. “Don’t just yeah-yeah me!”)

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bunnies and rainbows

noun

1. the description of a state or condition of being wonderful. 2. As: comparison to a childish reaction of happiness /awe toward cute and colorful things.

(i.e. “everything was all bunnies and rainbows, until they went home.”)

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*(THE )DEVILS DICK

noun

1.Slang term used to describe the glass shaft of a crack-cocaine pipe.

(i.e. “She’s back at that house, sucking on the devils dick.”)

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*word and/or phrase perhaps originally coined by another, and heard/used/ defined-in print; first,

here (and now).

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RANDOM QUOTES:

I’m a mover, I’m a shaker, I’m a wheeler, I’m a dealer…

(girlgoo says):”Stop it. Seriously.”

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The selections below have all been retrieved from existing (standard) reference sources, and have been chosen to be included in THE REPROBATES DIC., for any of, a variety of reasons. For the most part, appropriated credit has been given to the source of the definitions however, some words have been noted and stored within my papers for lengthy periods, with no accredited source.

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**HARANGUE

1. a scolding or a long or intense verbal attack; diatribe. 2. a long, passionate, and vehement speech, especially one delivered before a public gathering. 3. any long, pompous speech or writing of a tediously hortatory or didactic nature; sermonizing lecture or discourse.

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PYRE

Wood, used to burn bodies

1.: a combustible heap for burning a dead body as a funeral rite; broadly : a pile of material to be burned <a pyre of dead leaves>

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BEATIFIC

1. bestowing bliss, blessings, happiness, or the like: beatific peace 2.blissful; saintly: a beatific smile,3. displaying great happiness, calmness, etc a beatific smile 4.(Christian Religious Writings / Theology) of, conferring, or relating to a state of celestial happiness

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DYSTOPIA

A dysfunctional Utopia

1. An imaginary place or state in which the condition of life is extremely bad, as from deprivation, oppression, or terror.

2. A work describing such a place or state: “dystopias such as Brave New World” (Times Literary Supplement)

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DECLIVITY

A downward slope, as of a hill

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APOSIOPESIS

Going blank, in the middle of a sentence and/or thought

1.A sudden breaking off of a thought in the middle of a sentence, as though the speaker were unwilling or unable to continue.

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HIRCINE

adj.

Rank smelling, like a goat

WELKIN

Of; pertaining to; the sky

1 a : the vault of the sky : firmament <the sun of heaven … made the western welkin blush — Shakespeare> b : the celestial abode of God or the gods : heaven2: the upper atmosphere

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SUMPTER

Beast of burden

1. A pack animal, such as a horse or mule

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BEHEMOTH

Demon of delights of the belly

1. Something enormous in size or power. 2. often Behemoth A huge animal, possibly the hippopotamus, described in the Bible

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PROBITY

Honesty and virtuosity

1.: adherence to the highest principles and ideals

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PUERILE

1. Belonging to childhood; juvenile. 2. Immature; childish. 3. exhibiting silliness; immature; trivial 4. of or characteristic of a child

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INURE

Accustomed to/familiar with the hardships of life

transitive verb

1.: to accustom to accept something undesirable

(i.e.<children inured to violence>)

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MALAISE

1. A vague feeling of bodily discomfort, as at the beginning of an illness. 2. A general sense of depression or unease.

(i.e.”One year after the crash, the markets remain mired in a deep malaise”)

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BIBULOUS

1: highly absorbent 2a : fond of alcoholic beverages b : of, relating to, or marked by the consumption of alcoholic beverages

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SUPERFLUOUS

Excessive

1. exceeding what is sufficient or required 2. not necessary or relevant; uncalled-for 3. Obsolete extravagant in expenditure or oversupplied with possessions

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SYCOPHANT

1.a person who uses flattery to win favour from individuals wielding influence; toady 2.a self-seeking, servile flatterer; fawning parasite

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VAINGLORIOUS

1. Characterized by or exhibiting excessive vanity; boastful. 2. Proceeding from vainglory. 3.feeling self-importance; “too big for his britches”; “had a swelled head”; “he was swelled with pride”

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COCKSURE

1: feeling perfect assurance sometimes on inadequate grounds 2: marked by overconfidence or presumptuousness

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MACHISMO

exaggerated masculine pride

1. A strong or exaggerated sense of masculinity stressing attributes such as physical courage, virility, domination of women, and aggressiveness. 2. An exaggerated sense of strength or toughness:

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UNCTUOUS

oily, greasy; nauseously emotional; fawning

1. Characterized by affected, exaggerated, or insincere earnestness: “the unctuous, complacent court composer who is consumed with envy and self-loathing” (Rhoda Koenig). 2. Having the quality or characteristics of oil or ointment; slippery. 3. Containing or composed of oil or fat. 4. Abundant in organic materials; soft and rich: unctuous soil.

These adjectives mean insincerely, self-servingly, or smugly agreeable or earnest: an unctuous toady; gave the dictator a fulsome introduction; oily praise; oleaginous hypocrisy; smarmy self-importance

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SURREALISM

1. A 20th-century literary and artistic movement that attempts to express the workings of the subconscious and is characterized by fantastic imagery and incongruous juxtaposition of subject matter. 2. Literature or art produced in this style

(Fine Arts & Visual Arts / Art Movements) (sometimes capital) a movement in art and literature in the 1920s, which developed esp from dada, characterized by the evocative juxtaposition of incongruous images in order to include unconscious and dream elements

a style of art and literature developed principally in the 20th century, stressing the subconscious significance of imagery arrived at by automatism or the exploitation of chance effects, unexpected juxtapositions, etc.

a controversial movement in art and literature between the two World Wars in which the artist attempted to portray, express, or interpret the workings of the subconscious mind; in painting it found expression in two techniques, the naturalistic (Dali) and the abstract (Miró).

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INVEIGLE

1. To win over by coaxing, flattery, or artful talk. 2. To obtain by cajolery.

(i.e. “…. inveigled a free pass to the museum.”)

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BANAL

Drearily commonplace and often predictable; trite

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ALTRUISM

1. the principle or practice of unselfish concern for the welfare of others; selflessness 2. (Philosophy) the philosophical doctrine that right action is that which produces the greatest benefit to others.

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VENAL

1. a. Open to bribery; mercenary: a venal police officer. b. Capable of betraying honor, duty, or scruples for a price; corruptible. 2. Marked by corrupt dealings, especially bribery: a venal administration. 3. Obtainable for a price.

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INSIPID

1. Lacking flavor or zest; not tasty. 2. Lacking qualities that excite, stimulate, or interest; dull.

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HIRSUTE

1. Covered with hair; hairy. 2. Botany Covered with stiff or coarse hair

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GIMCRACK

An object, existing under the pretense that it is valuable, however in reality is cheap; tacky, gawdy

1. a showy object of little use or value

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ROADRUNNER

A cuckoo from the South Western – United States, that has a crusted head

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**You might call this particular word a ‘highlighted selection’, as it has become an adjective of frequent and continuous use, lately.

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INTERESTING THINGS from the

CRIMINAL CODE OF CANADA

RUNNING A COMMON BAWDY HOUSE: the words used to describe the operation of a ‘house of ill-repute’, a ‘brothel’, a ‘whorehouse’, simply could not be more surprising to hear in the 21st century. (Certainly an unanticipated, and functionally comedic criminal act.)

PERFORMING A LEWD ACT IN A PUBLIC PLACE: need I elaborate further?

COMMUNICATING FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROSTITUTION: This criminal charge implies something that is nonsensical and absurd: THE ACT OF PROSTITUTION-[exchanging money for sexual…congress]-IS NOT ILLEGAL, HOWEVER, TALKING ABOUT IT (a.k.a. communicating): IS ILLEGAL…?

(according to the Criminal Code of Canada):<> You can divorce your spouse, but you can never divorce your in-laws‘…??? I have heard this, so long ago, that I do not recall the exact source, however from the structure of Canadian society, it seems likely…(any potential verification of truth or mendacity, in regard to this statement would, of course, be appreciated).

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