Quadrivial Quandary:  Logophiles, Rejoice!  Each day we give you four unusual words.  Can you fit them all in one illustrative sentence?
Quandary Resolution 858
bibliomane, laud, apex, supplicate
After decades of accumulating large profits from his nationwide Praise 'n' Laud Nondenominational Megachurch franchise, Wilkins was able to build his dream house (the enormous structure now known as "Bibliomane's Folly), with its spectacular hemispherical library, housing over two hundred thousand books (organized, alas, according to color and undoubtedly purchased in the first place simply to compensate for the impression made by his lack of formal education), with Grant Woods' early trompe l'oeil painting "Herbert Wilkins Supplicates the Almighty On Behalf Of The American Agnostics" adorning the apex of the ceiling in such a way that The Almighty Himself seems to have been caught in the act of placing the final book upon the uppermost shelf.
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