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

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This lyard brigand, more colorful than a dolose snot-rag belonging to a morose gypsy, pretended to tame the gyral dread that rarified his censorial shenanigans at the precious cost of meticulous pernoctation in his learned indifference to the solar system; that referential aibohphobic amnesia that forgot that a cycle had ridden off the beaten path of signifiance when its gyre had run full circle.

(by Glossolilacs)

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Pernoctating he contemplated the gyre of the hours, rolling in the planetary orbit of lyard and lurid recurrences; that aibohphobic assault of time on the faculties of matter made him peropate the gyral obsolescence of linguistic verities that held mirrors, as it were, to the warts of the lyard and feculent flesh of the real as he had known it, in his nth pernoctation's exponential ellipsis: aibohphobia!

(by Glossolilacs)

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Aibohphobia! the horriplation of this scenescent noun enervated his verbal verities; wherewith he shuddered, and so too his lyard goatee, and the gyral whorl of a tiresome pernoctation hurled his hunch into the very thrall of trepidation and tics.

(by Glossolilacs)
The Quandary for Sunday, November 13, 2011 consisted of: Challenge: use all four words together in one illustrative sentence.

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