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:

7

My interest in giving my life story to jehus has waned since I first came to this country, and now when I hop in a taxi and my vestiary peculiarities immediately mark me as a foreigner, I bushwhack the inevitable conversation with a simple "no speak English." (by Amalia)

6

My interest in giving my life story to jehus has waned since I first came to this country, and now when I hop in a taxi and my vestiary peculiarities immediately mark me as a foreigner, I bushwhack the inevitable conversation with a simple "no speak English." (by Amalia)

5

Our confidence in their local travel safety waned dramatically after some jehu racing an old car at 40mph roared past our tiny equipage, bushwhacking our advance by spooking the horses to jerk, careening the carriage and depositing the luggage (which after five weeks of hostels was our only vestiary – mostly of soiled habiliments) all over the roadside. (by docephesus)

4

Since you ask, it was indeed under a waning gibbous moon that I came across the damned bushwhacker cowering in what (for present purposes) I can describe only as a state of extreme vestiary deshabille, for the wretched insurgent had shed most of his pathetic rags once our guys started tearing after him like so many jeep-driving Jehus, eventually corralling and hog-tying him in this dry gulch. (by Et Seqq)

3

The man who bushwhacked us wore the vestiary of a jehu, and as my consciousness waned I cursed my trusting nature. (by Jamie)

2

"The jehus in the city drive like wackos, yahoos and dingdongs, and they dress like vestiary refugees", I explained helpfully (I thought) to the group of tourists on my first day as a New York City tour guide, but their interest waned quickly since they did not understand a word, and I was ambushed, wacked and bushwacked out of the job that very same evening. (by Sami)

1

Having imbibed more than his usual allotment of peyote buttons, Fröderick clambered exultantly into the taxi and bushwhacked the driver with a verbal barrage: "What ho, stout jehu: bear me amongst these cumbrous rotarian byways with utmost celerity; and let us pray your skills of navigation exceed your vestiary sensibilities: for time, patience, and your hairline wane, and by the gods, I shall brook no delays!" (by saintdufus)
The Quandary for Wednesday, May 04, 2011 consisted of: Challenge: use all four words together in one illustrative sentence.

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