involute

adjective: 1. Intricate; complex. 2. Curled inward. noun: A curve traced by a point on a string while winding or unwinding it …

daedal

adjective: Ingenious; skillful; intricate; artistic.

timbrology

noun: The collecting or study of postage stamps and related matter.

echoism

noun: The formation of words by imitating sounds; also a word created in this manner.

polyhistor

noun: A person of great or wide learning. Also polyhistorian.

Aldermaston

noun: Relating to a protest, disapproval, dissent, etc.

kersey

adjective: Plain; simple.

Devonshire

verb tr.: To clear land by burning turf, stubble, etc.

presently

adverb: 1. In a short while: soon. 2. At the present time: now.

endsville

noun: 1. Something that is most excellent or the ultimate. 2. Something that is most undesirable; the end. adjective: 1. Most excellent. …

shifty

adjective: 1. Evasive; untrustworthy. 2. Changing directions frequently. 3. Resourceful: able to accomplish what needs done.

dinky

adjective: 1. (In the US) Small; insignificant; undesirable. 2. (In the UK) Attractively tiny; cute.

farouche

adjective: 1. Wild; fierce. 2. Shy; unsociable.

spear side

noun: 1. The male line of descent. 2. The male part of a family, group, etc.

exoteric

adjective: 1. Not limited to an inner circle of select people. 2. Suitable for the general public. 3. Relating to the outside; …

autonym

noun: 1. A person’s own name, as distinguished from a pseudonym. 2. A work published under the real name of the author.

attrite

adjective: Regretting one’s wrongdoing only because of the fear of punishment. verb tr., intr.: 1. To wear down, erode, or weaken through …

materteral

adjective: Characteristic of, or in the manner of, an aunt.

caducous

adjective: Tending to fall easily or before the usual time.

balter

verb intr.: To dance clumsily or walk unsteadily. verb tr., intr: To clot, clog, or tangle.