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Freck your eyes over these ludibrious definitions, and you’ll be kenching in no time.


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Definition: Verb—”To move swiftly or nimbly”

Usage: The only way to survive the streets of New York City is to freck through the crowds, especially the slow movers, and never turn around.


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Definition: Verb—”To laugh loudly” (Middle English)

Usage: I was scrolling through Reader’s Digest jokes on my phone, and I kenched right in the middle of the airport! Everyone was staring at me.


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Definition: Verb—”To take one’s pleasure, enjoy oneself, revel, luxuriate”

Usage: After an exhausting week, we deliciated in a spa day, complete with mani/pedis and a full-body massage. Check out these other fancy words that make you sound smarter.


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Definition: Verb—”To quarrel about trifles; esp. to quarrel noisily, brawl, squabble”

Usage: Don’t mention Friends around Mike and Tony. They’ll brabble for hours over whether Ross and Rachel were really on a break.

Full list below:

Ludibrious: Adj.—”Apt to be a subject of jest or mockery”

Jollux: Noun—”A fat person” (18th-century slang)

Jargogle: Verb—”To confuse, jumble” (coined by John Locke in 1692)

Facinorous: Adj.—”Atrociously wicked”

Deosculate:  Verb—”To kiss warmly”

Éclaircissement: Noun—”A clearing up of something obscure”

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