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

We may all rest assured in the miserable knowledge that fire is unprocurable at this campsite, and that there is nothing in reach which might attenuate tonight's hyperborean chill, or else ever-capable Jeeves would have found it for us.

(by Rudi)

4

With comfort nigh unprocurable in these frigid hyperborean lands of the north (I myself being accustomed to the milder climes of my home), I am once again indebted to my trusty jeeves, who always seems to know just how to attenuate my plight.

(by CS Le Prédicament)

3

My man Jeeves is quite the perfect valet, invariably procuring the unprocurable, whether it be a special delivery of thermal leggings to enable me to cope with this ghastly hyperborean climate of ours, or the swift and apparently effortless attenuation of those offensive matutinal knocking noises issuing forth from the apartment's antediluvian plumbing system.

(by Et Seqq)

2

My butler Jeeves (that wasn't his real name; his real name was Cheech, but since that praenomen failed to convey the sense of class and elegance I require in a valet, I replaced it with something more highbrow) was the kind of man who could obtain the unobtainable and procure the unprocurable; so when I summoned him to my bedside one morning and blithely asked him to "fetch" me the fabled Arrow of Abaris (the mythical golden dart bequeathed by the sun-god Apollo to Abaris the Hyperborean), the steward's unflagging complaisance evinced not the slightest hint of attenuation: he merely asked me for $50,000 traveling expenses, and he'd have the arrow for me within the year.

(by saintdufus)

1

"It isn't true that hyperborean people are hyperboring.  You may need to attenuate your view on this.  They may seem reserved at first but as they unwind, they can get quite crazy.  Look at my jeeves Ingvar for example who hails from the North of Norway.  After just one drink, he can show you a kind of entertainment which is simply unprocurable in a more southern clime." (by Sami)
The Quandary for Monday, June 27, 2011 consisted of: Challenge: use all four words together in one illustrative sentence.

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