Hurkle-durkling – lying in bed or lounging about when you should be up and about.
Hoit – a lazy, stupid person; play the fool; to behave thoughtlessly and frivolously.
Veridical – based on or coinciding with reality; real; actual; genuine; showing what is true or real.
Smirr – a fine, misty rain or drizzle; mist like precipitation.
Letty – a bed; a lodging; something that lets or hinders, especially weather; just enough rain to make outdoor work difficult.
Hibernacle – a winter retreat or hiding place; winter quarters.
Matariki – the name of the Pleiades star cluster and the celebration of its first rising in late June or early July; a star cluster that appears in the early morning sky in New Zealand during the mid-winter months.
Musardry – time-wasting indulgence in fantasies or pipe dreams; idleness; indolence.
Announceable – may be proclaimed, may be declared, may be made known to the public; a positive-sounding news item suitable for public announcement; a sound bite; a politician’s desperate continuous search for something, anything, to announce.*
* Hat tip: James Elliott
Smellfeast – one who is apt to find and frequent good tables; a parasite; a freeloader; a sponger.
Desiderate – to yearn for those same things we once had; feel a keen desire for something lacking or absent; to wish or long for; feel the lack or need for; to want.
Lickspigot – a tapster; the person who always seems to show up just as you’re cracking open a bottle of wine.
Corrump – to destroy something morally, or bring it down to nothing; to corrupt.
Bobbery – a mixed pack of hunting dogs , often not belonging to any of the hound breeds; a noisy commotion; a hubbub.
Inequitate – to ride over or through.
Stot – bounce or cause to bounce against a surface; leap or bound high in the air with the legs straight, as do certain antelopes and deer; a springing gait of certain bovids, as gazelles and antelopes, used especially when running in alarm from a predator.
Identitarianism – the set of ideas arising from an ontology of identity; relating to or characteristic of politics in which the political interests of a particular racial, ethnic or national group are given priority; belief that group identity is the most important thing about a person, and that justice and power must be viewed primarily on the basis of group identity rather than individual merit; politics based on social identity.
Ruthful – full of ruth; tender; full of sorrow; woeful; compassionate or sorrowful; causing or apt to cause sorrow or pity; feeling remorse or self-reproach.
Chawner – to complain tiresomely; a long-term welfare beneficiary.
Niffle-naffling – the art of looking busy while actually not doing very much at all; dilly-dallying or generally futzing about as a way of ignoring the important stuff.