Linkage Activiation

Sunday, April 10, 2011

27th Page

I'm just going to say what everyone thinks here, Zoidberg is kind of terrifying.

Rime: white ice that forms when water droplets freeze to the outer surfaces of objects
Draconian: exceedingly harsh, severe, dogmatic, rigorous, marked by cruelty or severity
Cytherean: pertaining to beauty or the goddess, Aphrodite
Foxfire: organic luminescence, especially from certain fungi on decaying wood
Mestizo: a person of mixed racial ancestry
Psyche: the mind or self as a functional entity, center of thought, feeling, and motivation
Numismatics: study or collection or currency, coins, paper money, etc
Corinthian: pertaining to Corinth or its culture, architecture
Hydralulus: pipe organ using water pressure to maintain the air supply
Noetic: of, relating to, requiring, based in, originating in, or apprehended by the intellect
Leveret: baby rabbit, a young rabbit
Apophenia: the perception of or belief in connectedness among unrelated phenomena
Oneiromancy: practice of divination through the interpretation of dreams
Ghyll: ravine, stream, woody or wooden glen, dell
Voluminous: having great volume, fullness, size, or number, large
Orphean: pertaining to immense musical talent, extreme bravery, or drama and pathos
Appendix: additional material at the end of a book or other text, an appendage
Misnomer: an incorrect designation, term, or nomenclature
Eugenics: study of methods of improving genetic qualities by selective breeding
Diablerie: dealing with the devil or devils, witchcraft, sorcery, consorting with demons
Florilegium: a volume or collection of brief extracts or writings, anthology
Piquant: aromatic, appetizing, appealingly provocative
Bayonet: blade adapted to fit the muzzle-end of a rifle and as a weapon in close combat 
Hauberk: medieval coat of armor, usually made of chain mail 
Marzurka: Polish dance resembling the polka, frequently adopted as a ballet form 
Schadenfreude: satisfaction or pleasure felt at someone else's misfortune, sadism
Pyrrhic: of a victory, having high levels of casualties or damage on both sides
Heterotopia: a place or space that functions in non-hegemonic conditions
Desiccate: to dry up or cause to dry up, to deprive or exhaust of moisture
Quercitron: type of tree, a type of tree bark used in tanning and dyeing
Perforate: to pierce, punch, or bore a hole or holes in, stab through, penetrate 
Gyrfalcon: a large arctic falcon
Amalgamation: consolidation, agglutination, integration, union, fusion
Ovoviviparous: producing eggs that do no require nourishment from the mother
Awakening: rousing, quickening, act of waking from sleep, revival of interest or attention
Molecular: of, relating to, produced by, or consisting of molecules
Callipygian: having a beautiful, admirable, or sexy butt
Diocese: ecclesiastical district under the territorial jurisdiction of a bishop
Axolotl: specific members of a genus of salamanders
Hyacinth: tropical, American herb, red, transparent variety of zircon used as a gemstone 
Proaulion: a porch, court before a building, vestibule, portico opening into a main room
Infrastructure: the underlying foundation or basic framework, structural content
Wasabi: very pungent green Japanese condiment made from the root of the herb, Wasabi
Nucleus: central part about which other parts are grouped or gathered, core, nexus, plexus
Semiotician: one who studies, applies, or explains the theories of semiotics

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