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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  • #4282 submitted 11/26/2012: bursiform, frounce, sederunt, fainaigue

    Caesar's bursiform nose and weathered brow frounced in exasperation at Dumnorix in the sederunt; he had perfected his ability to fainaigue countless reductions in his military commitment to Rome's objectives, due, he claimed (though Caesar knew otherwise) to defensive campaigns against the Germans across the Rhine.

  • #4233 submitted 11/02/2012: barrack, bone-eating snot flower worm, sequacious, canonize


    The righteous monks, in a sequacious attempt to canonize their religion through the sacrifice of a heretic, spurred the townsfolk to barrack in a cacophony of outrage against the schismatic ethnographer - herself equally dismayed and amazed that her description of the local pious as so many ‘Osedax Mucofloris’ (bone-eating snot flower worms) would indeed induce them to confirm her unalloyed analysis.

  • #4231 submitted 11/01/2012: pauldron, ambuscade, agon, beatitude

    Troilus knew well that beatitude cedes at the behest of agon, since neither breastplate nor pauldron guard against such deceitful ambuscade as that contrived by the ceaseless hand of Achilles.

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