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Imbecilic. Related word: anility (e-NIL-i-tee) noun. animadversion (AN-e-mad-VUR-zhen) noun 1. the act of criticizing or censuring. 2. blame, censure, reproof. Related words: animdaversional adjective, animadvert (AN-e-mad-VURT) verb. animus (AN-e-mes) noun 1. strong dislike or enmity; hostility. 2. animating spirit, purpose. 3. animosity shown in action or speech. anomalous (e-NOM-e-les) adjective 1. irregular. 2. abnormal. 3. not fitting into a familiar pattern of behavior; unusual. Related word: anomaly (e-NOM-e-lee) and anomalousness both nouns.
Related words: bowdlerism (BOHD-ler-iz-em), bowdlerization (BOHD-ler-i-ZAY-shen), and bowdlerizer (BOHD-ler-IZ-er) all nouns. brachylogy (bre-KIL-e-jee) noun, plural brachylogies 1. conciseness or overconciseness of expression. 2. a concise or succinct expression. braggadocio (BRAG-e-DOH-shee-oh) noun, plural braggadocios 1. bragging, empty boasting. 2. a braggart, a boasting person. Related word: braggadocian (BRAG-e-DOH-shee-en) adjective. bravura (bre-VYUUR-e) noun, plural bravuras 1. a brilliant performance.
Ever since Adam assigned names to all the animals, we human beings have managed to come up with labels for almost everything on this planet—and beyond. The more of these names you acquire (and all of the italicized words that follow repose in this book), the more concise will be your expression. Why should you wheeze through a dozen words—“the act of throwing a thing or person out of a window”—when you can capture the act in a single noun: defenestration? Why scrawl out “a place real or imaginary where living conditions are considered to be as bad as possible,” when you can capture the concept with eight little letters: dystopia?