- How do you use Agathokakological?
- What’s a Pogonophile?
- What is a Solivagant?
- What is a fancy word for fake?
- What is Noctiphany?
- What is a Synophile?
- What is a night lover called?
- What do you call a night person?
- What is an Aesthete person?
- What does grandiloquence mean?
- What is the longest word in the world?
- What is another word for a fake person?
- How can you tell a fake smile?
- What does Agathokakological mean?
- What do you call a person who fakes a smile?
- What is Stigmatophile?
- What does panglossian mean in English?
- What is Nyctophilia?
How do you use Agathokakological?
Daily Lexeme: agathokakological (a.) Composed of good and evil.
Used in a sentence in 1843 by Southey: “For indeed upon the agathokakological globe there are opposite qualities always to be found.”.
What’s a Pogonophile?
Someone who loves beards.
What is a Solivagant?
(Entry 1 of 2) : a solitary wanderer.
What is a fancy word for fake?
What is another word for fake?artificialimitationdummyfauxpretendreplicareproductionfactitiousimitativemimic48 more rows
What is Noctiphany?
Noctiphany is the manifestation of something that happens only at night. Noctiphany is an incredibly rare word that derives from the Latin nocti (night) and the Greek -phany (appearance or manifestation). October, and more specifically the celebration of Halloween, is all about noctiphany.
What is a Synophile?
cynophile (plural cynophiles) A person who loves canines; a dog lover.
What is a night lover called?
16. Nyctophile. A person who loves night, darkness.
What do you call a night person?
A night owl, evening person or simply owl, is a person who tends to stay up until late at night, or the early hours of the morning.
What is an Aesthete person?
“An Aesthete is someone deeply engaged with painting and sculpture (or any form of artistic expression) who see the world in terms usually associated with viewing art, giving special value to the visual world for its own sake; and who brings this way of thinking to experience outside of art.
What does grandiloquence mean?
: a lofty, extravagantly colorful, pompous, or bombastic style, manner, or quality especially in language was urged to follow up his grandiloquence with positive action.
What is the longest word in the world?
pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis Appearing in the Oxford English Dictionary, this 45-letter word for a disease is the longest English word that is defined in a major dictionary. It’s a technical word referring to the lung disease more commonly known as silicosis.
What is another word for a fake person?
Find another word for phony. In this page you can discover 41 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for phony, like: bogus, impostor, fake, sham, hypocritical, pharisaic, affected, imitation, artificial, forgery and fraud.
How can you tell a fake smile?
Watch for eye movements: Real smiles cause the eyes to move. It is fake if the rest of the person’s face stays still while they are smiling. Watch for bottom teeth: When a person has a genuine smile, they are less likely to expose the bottom row of teeth. A fake smile is more likely to include both rows of teeth.
What does Agathokakological mean?
composed of both good and evil: composed of both good and evil.
What do you call a person who fakes a smile?
-noun. One who fakes a smile. Eccedentesiast is derived from Latin ecce, ‘I present to you,’ dentes, ‘teeth,’ and –iast, ‘performer. ‘ An eccedentesiast is therefore someone who “performs by showing teeth,” or smiling.
What is Stigmatophile?
stigmatophilia in British English (stɪɡˌmætəˈfɪlɪə) a love for body piercing or tattooing that is accompanied by sexual arousal. Collins English Dictionary.
What does panglossian mean in English?
excessively optimisticPanglossian • \pan-GLAH-see-un\ • adjective. : marked by the view that all is for the best in this best of possible worlds : excessively optimistic.
What is Nyctophilia?
a strong preference for darkness or nightn. a strong preference for darkness or night.