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:

4

Days after the old man's passing, the somber members of his family were gathered for the solemn reading of his will when his eldest son and heir apparent, a rogue and drunken playboy, and in all verisimilitude the one human being on earth least deserving of inheriting such fabulous wealth, erupted in the room to instruct the attorney to "stop being such a nicey nice nelly and cut through the legalese verbiage so I can get out of here in time for the Giants game."

(by Sami)

3

Why, it was only young Tom Cheetum, heir apparent to the Cheetum fortune, who had listened (while clinging to the drainpipe, and ogling the nice nelly) to the verbiage his Dad spouted and ultimately, doubted its verisimilitude.

(by LexigraphicLove)

2

[sorry! Corrected version:] With his never-ending patter of soothing, erudite verbiage, Clark "Rockefeller" came across as such a nice nelly that none of his victims doubted the verisimilitude of his claim to be the heir apparent to that eponymous family's vast fortune -- or suspected he was capable of murder. (by Gravely)

1

With his never-ending patter of soothing, erudite verbiage, Clark "Rockefeller" came across as such a nice nelly that none of his victims doubted his claim to be the heir apparent to the eponymous family's vast fortune -- or suspected he was capable of murder.  (by Gravely)
The Quandary for Tuesday, April 16, 2013 consisted of: Challenge: use all four words together in one illustrative sentence.

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