Snaccident – the act of eating by mistake; consuming food in an accidental, often regrettable way; when a person accidentally consumes an entire snack when s/he initially meant to eat just some of it; an incidence of unplanned overeating of snacks, because one is distracted, anxious, etc.
Pseudothyron -a false door behind a building; a disguised door or secret entrance.
Frobly-mobly – neither well nor unwell; so-so; bad-tempered; irritable; cranky.
Tantrups – ill-humoured disturbances.
Cakeism – the doctrine of having one’s cake and eating it too, particularly regarding the UK’s approach to Brexit negotiations; a wish to enjoy two desirable but incompatible alternatives; the wish to have or do two good things at the same time when this is impossible.; to expect to achieve something that is beyond the realm of reality, simply because you think that you should have it.
Snirt– a suppressed laugh; a sly or disrespectful laugh , especially one partly stifled; a sharp intake of breath; to snicker; dirty snow.
Plinyism – an assertion of doubtful truth or accuracy; a statement of having doubt about the truth or accuracy of something.
Inadvertist – one who persistently fails to take notice of things or to read signs; a person who is generally thought to not take notice of things; someone who is habitually oblivious.
Animadversion – criticism or censure; a critical and usually censorious or unfavorable remark; a comment or remark, especially a critical one.
Palimpsest – a manuscript or piece of writing material on which later writing has been superimposed on effaced earlier writing; something reused or altered but still bearing visible traces of its earlier form; writing material (such as a parchment or tablet) used one or more times after earlier writing has been erased; a parchment or the like from which writing has been partially or completely erased to make room for another text; something having usually diverse layers or aspects apparent beneath the surface; something such as a work of art that has many levels of meaning, types of style, etc. that build on each other.
Relict – a thing which has survived from an earlier period or in a primitive form; an animal or plant that has survived while others of its group have become extinct; a group of animals or plants that exists as a remnant of a formerly widely distributed group in an environment different from that in which it originated; a species or community living in an environment that has changed from that which is typical for it; an organism that at an earlier time was abundant in a large area but now occurs at only one or a few small areas; a mountain, lake, glacier, etc, that is a remnant of a pre-existing formation after a destructive process has occurred; a mineral that remains unaltered after metamorphism of the rock in which it occurs; relic; widow.
Sepulchral – gloomy, dismal; relating to a tomb or interment; of or relating to a sepulchre or tomb.
Vitiate – spoil or impair the quality or efficiency of; make faulty; to make faulty or defective; destroy or impair the legal validity of; debase in moral or aesthetic status; corrupt, invalidate or weaken morally.
Uxoriousness– foolish fondness for or excessive submissiveness to one’s wife; affectionateness, lovingness, fondness, warmth; a quality proceeding from feelings of affection or love.
In the interests of balance:
Maritorious – excessively fond of, or doting on, one’s husband; being fond of one’s husband to the point of obsession.
Supervene – occur as an interruption or change to an existing situation; to follow or result as an additional, adventitious, or unforeseen development; to take place or occur as something additional or extraneous; be dependent on a set of facts or properties in such a way that change can occur only after change has occurred in those facts or properties; be entailed by or consequent on the existence or establishment of another.
Withal – besides; therewith; nevertheless; on the other hand; in spite of what has been said; with; in addition; as a further factor or consideration.
Transpontine – on or from the other side of an ocean, in particular the Atlantic as viewed from Britain; on or from the other side of a bridge; across, on the far side of, or beyond a bridge.
Anathematise – curse; condemn; denounce; declare to be evil or anathema; threaten with divine punishment; pronounce an anathema against; the formal act of pronouncing someone or something accursed.
Desideratum – something that is needed or wanted; something desired as essential; something lacked and wanted; something considered necessary or highly desirable.
Cilice – a hair shirt; a garment of haircloth formerly worn by monks; a garment or undergarment made of coarse cloth or animal hair worn close to the skin used by members of various Christian traditions as a self-imposed means of repentance and mortification of the flesh; a spiked garter or other device worn by penitents and ascetics; a garment or item worn as a form of corporal mortification.