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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Now, as it happens, Doc Jeeves did speak to his brother-in-law, Judge Hinckle, who promised to look favourably on an application from the Co-Operative made up of former employees of the now disgraced Douglas Fairpantsforever after known to the denizens and cognoscenti of Hanna Barbera as Luglessregarding the premises of the Luncheonette, and then Doc Jeeves also spoke to his other brother-in-law, Lawyer Schmasch, senior partner in the firm of Schmasch, Grabbitz & Wrunn, Attorneys-at-Law specialising in Corporate Law (Siggi Schmasch), Criminal Law (Gus Grabbitz) and Constitutional Law (Willi Wrunn) and Siggi promised to draw up Papers of Incorporation for the projected Co-Operative and meet with the spokespersons first thing in the morning, for like his brother-in-law, Doc Jeeves, his other brother-in-law Judge Hinckle, and his other brother-in-law, the famous Pulitoff Prize-winning journalist, Claude Revereal Clondaiquiri, he was a humanitarian to his elbows, his knees and his nose, although his dulcet tones were only a part of his courtroom repertoire, having first studied palynology he frequently surprised judges, juries, jeremiahs and junketing politicians with his intimate knowledge of the secrets of pollen spread and, more than once, had even caused an innocent man to plead guilty simply by virtue of the supremely confident way he had stated that a particular pollen grain in the inside pocket of the accused's jacket could only have arrived there on the particular Tuesday, and at 9pm, when a certain crooked State Representative met his untimely end, although it turned out on Appeal that at that particular time on that particular day the victim was catching a particularly virulent virus from an asymptomatic Pole dancerby which I mean to imply that she was Polish, but as she herself said, "there's nuttin' ishy 'bout me, 120% Pole," and a Ballet Dancer in the company at Hanna Barbera Opera Houseand that in fact the politico had died several days later, and a full hour before he was shot, while the accused had been observed by thousands of spectators doing a tight-rope walk between the two tallest buildings in the City, both of them 4½ stories and fortunately for the Arts in Hanna Barbera, the dancer, Marie Elizabettta Zkrzgnwskzxwca, although briefly hospitalised, was sent home after a couple of hours—it being rumoured, probably maliciously, that the reason for her discharge was three nervous breakdowns, two falls down the stairs and one slipped disc, all suffered by nurses who found it impossible to pronounce Mlle Marie Elizabettta's surname—with painkillers and a cream for the carpet-burns on her knees and back.

(by MissTeriWoman)
The Quandary for Wednesday, August 19, 2020 consisted of: Challenge: use all four words together in one illustrative sentence.

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