Quadrivial Quandary:  Logophiles, Rejoice!  Each day we give you four unusual words.  Can you fit them all in one illustrative sentence?
Quandary Resolution 7918
shoehorn, rubicon, circumspect, truefast, adj.

"What name old man?" asked #2 and #1 whispered back: "Mistuh Sclatch," so #2 shoehorned this into his message which, by way of Huawei's G5 was sent and received instantly – but as the recipient was to be found in a suite at The Ritz on Park Lane, wasn't so fantastic; he knew that #1 and #2 were Truefasts and could be counted on absolutely, but taking out the Brexit Secretary early would be crossing a Rubicon, a move not to be made lightly; but did he have to be so circumspect about this old Sclatch character? it might be best just to get him out of the way, whoever he was – it was Sir Parlane MacFarlane's usual game-plan: take unnecessary pieces off the board, it always made for a quicker and more decisive check-mate!

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