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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"What could be worse than bein' accused by her co-workers of bein' a Aunt Tom?" asked Pixie, outraged at the very idea, so Dixie explained: "well, 'ccordin' to Olive, she stole a old family formula and a litre bottle o' Neroli Oil from Caroli Neroliyou know her, gives you extra cheese on your cheeseburger, yeah?" and Pixie grinned mischievously while Dixie continued, "—well, she's spose'd to be in cahoots wi' Douglas Fairpantshe's the owner of the Luncheonette, an' reputed to have his fingers in all sorts of subterfuges an' shady pies," he explained for Simon's benefit, "—to promote an' market the perfume they're makin' wi' the Neroli Oil under her name, Lollobello, wi' the slogan: 'Lollobello wins the Fellow' an' Fairpants believes it'll be a slam dunk into the top bin, an' there's nuthin' Caroli can do to stop themhe's already countin' the dollars pourin' in—'cause the Oil ain't copyrighted or patented or nuthin'!" and Pixie, horrified that someone he had always considered a friend could be guilty of such a betrayal, and in league with a dodgy former matinee idol like Fairpants, to boot, exclaimed—using the strongest and most shocking language he ever uttered—the single word which summed it all up: "shucks!"

(by MissTeriWoman)
The Quandary for Saturday, August 15, 2020 consisted of: Challenge: use all four words together in one illustrative sentence.

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