Theme – There’s a word for it
1. overmorrow (oh-vuhr-MOR-oh)
noun: The day after tomorrow.
adjective: Of or relating to the day after tomorrow.
“We can go not overmorrow, but on Thursday.”
2. filipendulous (fi-li-PEN-juh-luhs, -PEN-dyoo-)
adjective: Hanging by a thread.
“A group of filipendulous constructions that evoke Brobdingnagian hornets’ nests.”
(Brobdingnagian (brob-ding-NAG-ee-uhn) – adjective- Of gigantic size. )
3.paresthesia or paraesthesia (par-uhs-THEE-zhuh, -zhee-)
noun: A sensation of pricking, tingling, burning, etc. on the skin.
“Cronk muttered to himself, wiggling his right foot in an effort to relieve the paresthesia.”
4.armscye or armseye (AHRM-sy, -zy)
noun: An opening in a garment for attaching a sleeve; an armhole.
“The sleeve is not attached around the entire armseye.”
5. onomastics (on-uh-MAS-tiks)
noun: The study of proper names or of terms used in a specialized field.
“Ms. Lindsay is one of a growing number of onomastics enthusiasts catering to a generation of parents hungry for the perfect name.”