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:

5

Poor Jezebel, with uncontained arrogance about her erratic passion turned malignantly jealous – albeit her husband agreed to an open relationship – felt the penal system odious to limit her peregrinations within her current purlieu of the recreation area outlined by a high, barbed wire fence. (by docephesus)

4

And how should Dag have known that his dear, faithful Jezebel would one day reveal herself as an odious, philandering jezebel, that despite her lip-service to monogamy she conceived marriage as a variety of open relationship and aspired to French-kiss all the men in her purlieu? (by Rudi)

3

As if I would for a moment countenance an open relationship with any virtuous woman, let alone with some odious Jezebel, whose unsavoury purlieu I would never ever frequent, save perhaps for a charitable nocturnal visit to offer succour to a needy harlot. (by Et Seqq)

2

“Look at free range chicken, they are better, freer, stronger, happier”, cajoled Gwendolyn in her pitch for an open relationship between us, but it was more than I could countenance after she had promised "special benefits" to her 100th Facebook male friend, and I saw her increasingly as an odious jezebel and decided to cut her loose to roam an infinite purlieu without me. (by Sami)

1

My ex-girlfriend Jezebel Purlieu is in an open relationship with this really odious character named Odie S., who calls her a jezebel ("You're a jezebel, Jezebel: a *jezebel*!" I heard him shriek the other morning, from my place of concealment in the ceiling); but since that happened to be Jezebel's given name, she didn't take offense at the remark--on the contrary, she wholeheartedly agreed with it--and when a moment later Odie made some jealous accusation about having recently spotted her outside her normal purlieu, she took *that* as a name-comment as well, and was just laughing this merry little musical laugh, when all at once the rafter on which my weight had been resting gave way, and I came crashing noisily down through the ceiling and onto the breakfast table, landing hard on some pears, and sustaining a humiliating wrist fracture. (by saintdufus)
The Quandary for Tuesday, May 03, 2011 consisted of: Challenge: use all four words together in one illustrative sentence.

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