1 - Amanuensis - A literary or artistic assistant, in particular, one who takes dictation or copies manuscripts.
2 - Donnybrook - A scene of uproar and disorder; a heated argument
3 - Venial - Easily excused or forgivable
4 - Aflattus - A devise creative impulse or inspiration
5 - Agnoistic - Combative, polemical
6 - Oligopsony - A state of the market in which only a small number of buyers exists for a product
7 - Canorous - Melodious or resonant
8 - Clinquant - Glittering with gold and silver; tinseled.
9 - Pilose - Covered with long soft hairs.
10 - Tintinnabulation - The ringing or sounding of bells. A jingling or tinkling sound as if of bells.
11 - Gibe - A remark that is intended to hurt someone or make them feel stupid.
12 - Bibulous - Excessively fond of drinking alcohol.
13 - Regnant - Reigning; ruling.
14 - Susurrus - A whispering or rustling sound.
15 - Snowclone - a verbal formula that is adapted for reuse by changing only a few words so that the allusion to the original phrase remains clear
16 - Absquatulate - Run away; usually includes taking taking something or somebody along.
17 - Mythomane - A person with a strong or irresistible propensity for fantasizing, lying or exaggerating.
18 - Panegyric - A public speech or published text in praise of someone or something.
19 - Aspersion - An attack on the reputation or integrity of someone or something.
20 - Cereology - The study or investigation of crop circles.
21 - Vitiate - To make (something) less effective; to ruin or spoil (something).
22 - Nemophilist - Someone with a love or fondness for forests, woods or woodland scenery, or someone who often visits them.
23 - Contumacious - Stubbornly or willfully disobedient to authority
24 - Canorous - melodious or resonant
25 - Macerate - soften or become softened by soaking in liquid
26 - Hobbledehoy - A clumsy or awkward youth
27 - Indite - Write; compose
28 - Poltroon - An utter coward
29 - Neologism - A newly created word, meaning, phrase or doctrine
30 - Hortatory - Tending or aiming to exhort
31 - Casuistry - Argumentation that is specious or excessively subtle and intended to be misleading. Moral philosophy based on the application of general ethical principles to resolve moral dilemmas.
32 - Minatory - Expressing or conveying a threat
33 - Inveterate - Having a particular habit, activity or interest that is long-established and unlikely to change.
34 - Cavil - Make petty or unnecessary objections
35 - Vulpine - Relating to a fox or foxes. Crafty; cunning.
36 - Athanasy - An absence of death or the condition of everlasting life, deathless, immortality
37 - Transpontine - Situated on the other side of a bridge Similar to or characteristic of melodramas once performed in London theaters located South of the Thames River.
38 - Capacious - Capable of holding much; spacious or roomy.
39 - Pabulum - A substance that gives nourishment, food. Intellectual nourishment.
40 - Ineluctable - Unable to be resisted or avoided. inescapable.
41 - Raffish - Unconventional and slightly disreputable, especially in an attractive manner
42 - Greenmail - The practice of buying enough of a company's stock to threaten a hostile takeover and reselling it to the company at a price above market value.
43 - Nonage - The state or condition of being under legal age. The period during which one is under legal age. A period of immaturity.
44 - Bon vivant - A person who enjoys a sociable and luxurious lifestyle.
45 - Jingoism - Extreme patriotism
46 - Captious - Marked by an often ill-natured inclination to stress faults and raise objections. Calculated to confuse, entrap or entangle in an argument.
47 - Debouch - Emerge from a narrow or confined space into a wide, open area.
48 - Blandishment - A flattering or pleasing statement or action used to persuade someone gently to do something.
49 - Aposiopesis - A sudden breaking off of a thought in the middle of a sentence, as though the speaker were unwilling or unable to continue.
50 - Bonzer - Excellent; first-rate.
51 - Coeval - Having the same age or date of origin; contemporary.
52 - Stridulation - To produce a shrill, grating sound, as a cricket does, by rubbing together certain parts of the body.
53 - Oblation - A thing presented or offered to God or a god. The presentation of bread and wine to God in the Eucharist.
54 - Xeriscape - A landscaping method developed especially for arid and semiarid climates that utilizes water-conserving techniques such as the use of drought-tolerant plants, mulch and efficient irrigation.
55 - Loutish - Uncouth and aggressive.
56 - Nemophilist - Someone with a love or fondness for forests, woods or woodland scenery, or someone who often visits them.
57 - Interregnum - The time between two reigns, governments, etc.
58 - Extirpate - Root out and destroy completely.
59 - Ersatz - A substitute product, not real or genuine and usually inferior.
60 - Leitmotif - a recurrent theme throughout a musical or literary composition, assocated with a particular person, idea or situation.
61 - Imbroglio - An extremely confused, complicated, embarrassing situation.
62 - Camarilla - a small group of people, especially a group of advisers to a ruler or politician, with a shared, typically nefarious purpose.
63 - Footle - To act or talk in a foolish or silly way
64 - Solipsim - A theory holding that the self can know nothing but its own modifications and that the self is the only existent thing
65 - Uxorious - Having or showing an excessive or submissive fondness for one's wife
66 - Perspicacity - The quality of having a ready insight into things; shrewdness
67 - Esculent - Suitable for eating
68 - Otiose - Serving no practical purpose or result.
69 - Disputatious - Fond of or causing heated arguments
70 - Plangent - Of a sound: loud, deep, and often sad.
71 - Gelid: Icy; extermely cold
72 - Inchmeal - By inches; little by little
73 - Deliquesce - Become liquid, typically during decomposition. Become liquid by absorbing moisture from the air.
74 - Alexithymia - Inability to express one's feelings
75 - Perspicuous - transparently clear; easily understandable
76 - Tergiversate - Make conflicting or evasive statements; equivocate
77 - Coeval - Having the same age or date of origin; contemporary