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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"Of course," drawled Razz McTazz somewhat theatrically, adopting an appropriate stage-whisper so that he would be heard clearly at the nearby tables, "Llewellyn ap-Helion isn't the only Welshman in town, you do know that when the Tudors came to power they had the opposition deracinated and sent to the Colonies?" and he pulled out a coffee-table book from his attaché case and casually dropped it onto the table, narrowly missed knocking over my drink, threw it openI thought, at random, but nopointed to an illustration of a Welsh Prince, Owain Glynd┼Ár and said: "he was the last of the real-dealers, but vanished in 1413 so once Henry Tudor came on the scene he stole it, played the Long Game and it was your man," and I glanced at him, wondering what he thought he knew about me, "Henry VIIIthe less than couth onewho put the last nail in their coffin, pardon the pun, and the crowning of the POWit's no funny coincidence that the initials are the same—was," he chuckled at what he obviously thought was his own wit, then continued: "was just a simi-dimi, a bit of froth, the Prince was merely a courtesy title, the Principality, just a Regional Name, like Northern Powerhouse, did you know there is a whole section within the Nudge Department who come up with those stupidbut supposedly dynamicnames for places, plans, projects, people, all those so-called Czars, I ask you, what's that all about?" 

(by MissTeriWoman)
The Quandary for Sunday, July 05, 2020 consisted of: Challenge: use all four words together in one illustrative sentence.

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