Quadrivial Quandary:  Logophiles, Rejoice!  Each day we give you four unusual words.  Can you fit them all in one illustrative sentence?

Attempts to resolve the Quandary:

4

There was nothing hoity-toity about Dragon, the club where the hostess, with her overshortened hair that was supposed to show how butch she was, kept calling one of the drag queens a worricow, which was only fitting given the devilish look of the latter, who, by the way, did not bother to conceal the chevron masculinity of his upper body to look like the ultra-feminine diva that he clearly thought he was. (by QuaQua)

3

The witch assured her husband: Your hoity-toity highfalutin hot air hasn't increased your height, your chevrons and medals haven't sweetened your looks, you're still my favorite overshort worricow. (by Rudi)

2

I regretted having overshortened Toby's chain, for he was unable to reach the little crowd of hobgoblins, buggans, and worricows sent to plague us by the manor's sorcerer (him with his airs and graces , his hoity-toity speech, and his coat with the golden chevrons woven in at the shoulders, the fraudulent old devil!), but I was able to turn them back by swinging an empty pothook as the wandering droll-teller taught us. (by cusheamus)

1

Crook-mouth Campbell's uniform was so laden with chevrons that I suppose he had every right to come over all hoity-toity on seeing me hobble out rumpled and indeed trouserless from the latrine, having overshortened my sojourn there in order to sound reveille; but I took exception to being blasted in broad lalland scots as a 'hirplin worricow' - and so here I am taking my ease in the cooler. (by Et Seqq)
The Quandary for Saturday, May 08, 2010 consisted of: Challenge: use all four words together in one illustrative sentence.

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