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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"But if I can get a word in edgewise," said Sir Parlane, "that was a pretty dexterous summation of myourpresent predicament, but it doesn't seem capacious enough for any wriggle-room, feels like a strait-jacket in fact, and can I just ask, do you know where all those indigenous artefacts came from?" and Dominic Doubleday grinnedwolfishly? no, more foxily, MacFarlane was ever the wolf and leader of the packand said, "just so happens, Boss, ah dae, an so div ye," which brought a narrowing of MacFarlane's eyes, "do I?" he asked, and "och aye," came back Doubleday, "mind thon glade whaur we cam through the portal?" his Boss nodded, "of course. . . . .is that. . . . .?" and "aye, mon, the verra place, they cry it Wudhenge, it's a circle o holes whaur wuddin posts used tae staun, an in the middle is a muckle hole, which gauns stracht doon, no tae Hell, bit a cave, an thon's whaur aw thae things wis fund aboot a hunner year ago by some chiel ca'd Colonel Mungo Jerry, accidental-like, it's a lang story an pretty borin, upshot is, he fund'em, donated thum tae the toon, the toon built a Museum, cried Hanna Barbera Museum of Antiquities an in ane room, the Colonel Mungo Gerry Bequest, wis aw thae things, whit's noo in therr," indicating the nearness of Apartment 6.

(by MissTeriWoman)
The Quandary for Tuesday, October 27, 2020 consisted of: Challenge: use all four words together in one illustrative sentence.

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