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:


At the outset, the immigration officer took me for an abecedarian and launched into a long list of basic questions, but when he suddenly realized I couldn't procrastinate hurling my offal parts any longer, he quickly stamped my passport and hurriedly let me intromit the Unites States. (by QuaQua)


If I procrastinate on entering the kitchen, though the room is capacious enough to afford my intromission, and though its occupant has twice summoned me, I tarry only because I fear slaughter: my wife, you see, is an abecedarian when it comes to the culinary arts, and while I do not seek to dampen her newfound enthusiasm for butchery, I must take reasonable precautions to avoid an offal fate. (by Rudi)


At our tenth class - that is, ten pricey weekend tutorials on debt avoidance – we as seduced, overconfident legal abecedarians ogled the wet ink court documents (ignorant of how hard the gavel would fall on this fraudulent offal) but were piqued why our retired judge instructor (reassessing intromitting us into deeper liability) deftly procrastinated revealing the actual court date. (by docephesus)


'Were we ever to intromit to our ranks this callow abecedarian,' said the Vice-Chancellor , 'to extend the hand of Fellowship to this birdbrained conveyor of intellectual offal,' he added, warming to his theme, 'then by all means charge me with gross dereliction of that duty invested in me to uphold for ever our rigorous academic standards . . . but that said, the chap proposes to endow our College with a cool three million, so I move that we procrastinate no longer; all in favour say 'Aye'. (by Et Seqq)
The Quandary for Monday, January 17, 2011 consisted of: Challenge: use all four words together in one illustrative sentence.

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