Look at the way they march across the page, wrapping around the images just so.
Those words that make us get jiggy with it, regardless of their definitions. The way they take up that space on a page, the effortlessness as they slide off the tongue.
Well, we can't have a suggestive blog without HER, right? You want to know mine?
Not sure I want to share. I love so many.
But I will try to narrow the list a bit. Not that it matters—I would love these words no matter what they defined:.
Epicurean [ep-i-kyoo-ree-uhn] — fond of or adapted to luxury or indulgence in sensual pleasures; having luxurious tastes or habits, especially in eating and drinking. Phalanx [fey-langks, fal-angks] — in ancient Greece a group of heavily armed infantry formed in ranks and files close and deep, with shields joined and long spears overlapping. Oblique [uh-bleek, oh-bleek] — neither perpendicular nor parallel to a given line or surface; slanting; sloping.
Solipsism [sol-ip-siz-uhm] — Philosophy — the theory that only the self exists, or can be proved to exist. There are a lot more—these were just what I came up with off the top of my head.
So belly up the the bar, but watch those obliques; enjoy the epicurean feast of syllables. For all you solipsists, form a phalanx if you must.
Awe-Inspiring fetish for large words long naked xxx
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