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  1. blindrobin says

    All those Anglo-Saxon ones not deemed suitable for polite conversation along with obscure ones best used to create confusion in conversations with attending dilettantes too self-conscious to ask for clarification of meaning as they just nod along.
    Also anything onomatopoeic.

  2. sailor1031 says

    Pusillanimous. Whenever I hear the word ‘congress’ this word comes instantly to mind.

  3. blindrobin says

    Noo, noo arrzey nae need fa’ pedantry, maist o’ they ither wairds urnae praiper Anglish as weel.

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