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lucubration
(noun) laborious study
decaudation
(noun) deprivation of the tail
imbrue
(verb) to stain, drench (now only of blood or gore)
imbricate
(noun) lying lapped over each other; as, roof shingles. (verb) to lay something in such a manner
fosse
(noun) a ditch or moat
catafalque
(noun) a temporary structure to hold the remains of the deceased in funerals of eminent persons
belvedere
(noun) (architecture) a building with a fine prospect
onanism
(noun) 1. uncompleted coition; 2. masterbation
fulsome
(adj) offensive; disgusting, esp. because of insincerity
truculent
(adj) 1.fierce, savage, or cruel; 2. belligerent; 3. scathing
crepitate
(verb) to crackle
pennon
(noun) a pennant
bashaw (or pasha)
(noun) Turkish title of honor
crapulous
(adj) 1. intemperate; 2. sick from too much drinking
corposant
(noun) St. Elmo's fire
freshet
(noun) 1. an overflowing of a stream; 2. (obs.) a freshwater stream
tierce
(noun) a liquid measure (42 wine gallons, 1/3 of a pipe); hence a cask holding it
puncheon
(noun) a large cask
bruit
(verb) to rumor or noise
purl
(verb) to swirl; as a stream. (noun) 1. a stream with swirling sound; 2. a gentle murmur