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:

1

Little Levy Balquhidder could only marvel at the ingenuity of his parents this weekend who, before leaving the house - improbably named The Foreshore, being about fifty miles inland, but literally located on the littoral north bank of the River Tweed as it sweeps past that sandstone cliff which had been quarried in centuries past to provide the building blocks for both nearby Abbeys – had dressed him in tartan trews of the McLevy sett, to attend the wedding of his Aunt Rosebud, with no regard for the acute embarrassment this fancy-dress attire might cause an aesthete, such as himself, who has a very deep sense of his own identity, developed over countless millenia, which does not include this very public form of humiliation, in which the only possible avenues of rebellion open to him were, after howling mightily during the actual service in Melrose Abbey, to give the photographer his ancient Death Stare and filling his nappy with a particularly offensive and reekin' jobby while simultaneously reciting The Beatitudes to himself in the original Hebrew, and smiling in satisfaction that he was ensuring he would never be able to wear these breeks ever again!

(by MissTeriWoman)
The Quandary for Saturday, July 30, 2016 consisted of: Challenge: use all four words together in one illustrative sentence.

Since September 2009, word lovers have offered 7147 sentences — each one a surprise — to QQ's unique and growing library. Explore other Quandaries through our word list or the calendar below. View yesterday's QQ resolutions or pick a day at random.

Definitions:

We don't archive definitions. You can find the definitions on their respective sites by following the links above.

Quadrivial Quandary (QQ) is owned and operated by Rudi Seitz.
Sentences submitted to QQ are the property of their authors. See our page on Copyright Information for details.
Dictionary definitions are the property of their respective sources, presented here via public RSS feeds or otherwise with permission.
All other material is copyright 2015 by Rudi Seitz, all rights reserved.
Use of this site is governed by our terms of service.
Contact: rudi at quadrivialquandary dot com.