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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O thou croisant, rich and hot
Meniscus temptress! 
Sweet seductress!
Very droog of foods thou art!
At beer o'clock
To thee they flock.
But I shall set thy charms aside
And with my diet long abide.
(by OldRawgabbit)

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And while Dada, in the hypnotic state induced by Dr Sigmund Freud, in his consulting rooms in Vienna in 1913, was regressed to the company of his mother and sister, in their home in Linz, following his father's long-overdue death, and Klara's diagnosis of breast cancer, this was a time when, poor as they were, they had each other; Klara still wept for her children who had not survived infancy, but she was full of expectations of the future for the son and daughter whom she doted on; but meanwhile, far away, in another time and place, a certain pair of rascals named MacFarlane and Doubleday, had obtained false identities by paying one man called Titus Oates and another, Israel Tonge – who had the beaked nose and prominent chin which gave his face that meniscus look of a witch - £25 each on condition that they took the first ship to Spain and stayed there, which might today seem an extremely cheap way of procuring a new identity but, in 1675 a man might live well in Spain for a year or more on such a princely sum; that being duly done, the new Oates and Tonge made their way to London and conned and bribed and threatened their way to prominence by their denouncement of a Popish Plot to Murder the King, Charles II and overthrow the Protestant Ascendancy in England! evidence of this was found in a document which Oates had secreted behind the wainscoting in a gallery of the house of Sir Richard Barker – an innocent and good-hearted physician – where the two-facedTonge did abide, oh Lor'! what a tangled web that roguish pair wove around themselves and their associates – some merry gullibles, fooled into believing the mischievous pair and their nonsense, and others droogs who acted the parts of innocents as instructed by their masters, while many more were certainly full of conspiracy theories and here was Proof Positive of their fears and fancies, so they lapped it up, told it and retold it, added a little embroidery here and there, tweaked details to fit the facts of dates and witnesses depositions, and the originators being well practised in the Dark Art of deception, found they had come up with a nice little earner – and their earnings were not so little either! and every evening at beer o'clock, they foregathered with the rest of their gang to sum up the day's events and make their plans for the morrow!

(by MissTeriWoman)
The Quandary for Monday, April 02, 2018 consisted of: Challenge: use all four words together in one illustrative sentence.

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