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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Which is how it came to pass that on Friday, after a thoroughly hectic fortnight and with the prospect of more of the same to come, in more ways than one, Timothy Michaelmas-Daisy found himself, to his profound surprise, still the Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union and at a bit of a loose end, and that is why he plunged into the subterranean passages of the Palace of Westminster and eventually, round a series of concentric corners, in The Floozie's Bar, where, as he expected, he found The Conservative Members of Parliament for the three Beddingshire Constituencies, North (Sir Pompus MacFarlane), Mid (Mr Digby Doubleday) and South (Ms Natalie Rhombus) - the first-named, known to find bingeable boys in the Gents here, the second a two-bit slugabed who only ever arrived at the Palace after 3pm, while Natalie was a renowned routinier who, in the days of The Cameronian Cat and the Villain from Vanity Fair, was universally referred to, but only behind her front, as Batty Natty – but also, totally unexpectedly, Sir Wilfred Heath-Robinson, Minister to the Cabinet Office, and his PPS Quentin Quibb, both of whom Timothy had been assiduously avoiding since his first encounter with the old man, on the River Steps and even now, he turned sideways and hoped that he could get behind the bar before he was spotted, but, alas, he was too late and five distinct and easily identified voices turned his name into a melodious harmony complete with a soprano descant and provoked the barmaid, Flossie Flowers to cry out: "stoppit, you lot! if Mr Speaker 'ears you've bin a-singin' an' a-dancin' when we ain't not got no entertainment licence 'e'll 'ave us up afore the Ways an' Means Committee an you lot'll be named an' given a seven-day suspension!" at which Sir Pompus, an occasional wit, replied: "well I'll be hanged!"

(by MissTeriWoman)
The Quandary for Friday, March 15, 2019 consisted of: Challenge: use all four words together in one illustrative sentence.

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