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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flaneur, have Van Gogh's ear for music, eschew, skirr

Malfoy was an idler, a loafer, a man about town--in a word, a flaneur--who tended to eschew any sort of work or exertion on principle, as though physical labor of any kind were a kind of germ, with which he feared to contaminate himself; he had Van Gogh's ear for music, but this didn't prevent him from skirring all over town from one music store to another, seeking the latest and best tunes his trust fund assets could procure for him; and it was on just such an excursion, one dreary Monday morning in April, that Malfoy first encountered the man to whom I shall refer henceforth as Dr. Esophagus....


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