Quadrivial Quandary:  Logophiles, Rejoice!  Each day we give you four unusual words.  Can you fit them all in one illustrative sentence?
Quandary Resolution 7113
quaggy, afflatus, maieutic, sumptuous

After her guests left Crystal Shann-Delleer's sumptuous apartment, thanking her effusively for the wonderful evening and the maieutic exchanges which conversation at her table promoted and the afflatus it had enabled, brimming with new ideas and ways of enhancing their personal creativity, she did one or other of two things: either she received a visitor, engaged through an agency whose discretion was guaranteed and whose agents never failed to meet her expectations – her standards were demanding but not excessive, stamina and energy were a given, size within certain parameters, ethnicity unimportant, cleanliness scrupulous, health certified and bareback essential; or she dressed to go out as her alter-ego, China Blue, in as little as possible regardless of the season or weather, to prowl the seedier side of the Metropolis, the quaggy underbelly, the Tenderloin where she was less fastidious, less stringent, and, oh she knew it, playing a game of Russian Roulette which heightened her senses and intensified her orgasms; and so, this evening, in her bespoke wig of blonde human hair, she took the service elevator to the basement car-park and drove out in the battered Buick registered to a name and address which did not exist and would never be traced back to her, and took the route to a vacant lot under a flyover which she had never visited before but was, according to an indictment which had floated across her desk a few days ago, beginning to be frequented again after the murder of a client by a thirty-six year old Miami-Cuban Transsexual prostitute who worked under the name of Carmen Jones and claimed self-defense, although the victim was apparently unarmed and only Jones' prints were on the weapon, a snub-nosed handbag revolver which had blown away half of Bart Goldfinch’s head and all of his genitals with two shots fired in rapid succession!

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