The Crossroads of the Aether
I recall, back when I was in high school, we were assigned to assemble a dictionary, comprised of "words of our generation." That is to say, words commonly used by illiterate American teenagers. I wanted none of that. So, I instead took it upon myself to use the words of my own private vernacular. Here are a few of those, as well as some that I have collected in the interim, along with the definitions I have given them, which may or may not make the proper amount of sense.
all-what-have-you - pron. whatnot; everything; et cetera
blasphemous - adj. profane
elephantine - adj. massive; ponderous
feigned - adj. fictitious; not genuine or real
grotesque - adj. absurdly incongruous
inexplicable - adj. not able to be explained
inordinate - adj. excessive; unreasonable
prevaricate - v. to deviate from the truth
proverbial - adj. commonly spoken of
I've always been fond of:
Ubiquitous : -adj. existing or being everywhere, especially at the same time.
Flirtatious : Not a fancy dancy word, but just fun to say
Suss : to investigate or find out
Sibilant : hissing...also just fun to say
Turgid... I just like fitting that one into the most innocuous of statements when I can.