prophylactic - a medicine or course of action used to prevent disease.
rapacious - aggressively greedy or grasping.
ephemeral - lasting for a very short time.
avant-garde - favoring or introducing experimental or unusual ideas.
perspicacious - having a ready insight into and understanding of things.
asinine - extremely stupid or foolish.
alacrity - brisk and cheerful readiness.
supercilious - behaving or looking as though one thinks one is superior to others.
canard - an unfounded rumor or story.
valorizing - give or ascribe value or validity to (something).
blasé - unimpressed or indifferent to something because one has experienced or seen it so often before.
firmament - the heavens or the sky, especially when regarded as a tangible thing.
Esoteric - intended for or likely to be understood by only a small number of people with a specialized knowledge or interest.
aleatory - depending on the throw of a dice or on chance; random.
Auteur - a filmmaker whose personal influence and artistic control over a movie are so great that the filmmaker is regarded as the author of the movie.
pejorative - expressing contempt or disapproval.
interlocutor - a person who takes part in a dialogue or conversation.
solipsistic - of, relating to, or characterized by solipsism or extreme egocentricity.
auric - relating to the aura supposedly surrounding a living creature.
Incongruous - not in harmony or keeping with the surroundings or other aspects of something.
syzygy - a conjunction or opposition, especially of the moon with the sun.
ennui - a feeling of dissatisfaction arising from a lack of occupation or excitement
mellifluous - sounding pleasant to the ear
Stakhanovite - a worker in the former Soviet Union who was exceptionally hardworking and productive.
raison d’être - the reason for being
indescribable - wonderfully complex and beyond reduction
sybaritic - fond of sensuous luxury or pleasure; self-indulgent.
ascetic - characterized by or suggesting the practice of severe self-discipline and abstention
idiosyncratic - relating to idiosyncrasy; peculiar or individual
zeitgeist - the defining spirit or mood of a particular period of history as shown by the ideas and beliefs of the time
halcyon - denoting a period of time in the past that was idyllically happy and peaceful
disdain - the feeling that someone or something is unworthy of one’s consideration or respect; contempt.
ostensibly - apparently or purportedly, but perhaps not actually
beguile - charm or enchant (someone), sometimes in a deceptive way.
restive - (of a person) unable to keep still or silent and becoming increasingly difficult to control, especially because of impatience, dissatisfaction, or boredom
anathema - something or someone that one vehemently dislikes.
dispositive - relating to or bringing about the settlement of an issue or the disposition of property.
epistemological - relating to the theory of knowledge, especially with regard to its methods, validity, and scope, and the distinction between justified belief and opinion.
arbitrage - the simultaneous buying and selling of securities, currency, or commodities in different markets or in derivative forms in order to take advantage of differing prices for the same asset.
germane - relevant to a subject under consideration.
reify - make (something abstract) more concrete or real.
Internecine - conflict within a group?
indelibly - in a way that cannot be removed or forgotten.
liminal - relating to a transitional or initial stage of a process
gallivanting - going around from one place to another in the pursuit of pleasure or entertainment
risible - such as to provoke laughter.
cri de coeur - a passionate appeal, complaint, or protest
concomitant - naturally accompanying or associated.
quotidian - of or occurring every day; daily.
allay - diminish or put at rest (fear, suspicion, or worry).
gendarmes - a rock pinnacle on a mountain, occupying and blocking an arête.
lagniappe - something given as a bonus or extra gift.
amorous - Inclined to love; having a propensity to love
new words by P and I
dimensioning: creating a new degree of freedom in an identity, label, or position, along with personally taking on that identity
frillin: fresh chillin
synchro’d: when we are mumbling and convoluting to further explain some caveat for fear of accidentally having been rude, not being clear, want to make sure the other person does not change their mind because of your feeling on something, etc., but you know the other person so well you know you catch their drift, and deep down they know you catch their drift, so you just say “synchro’d” and move on. key requirement is if the other person accepts the synchro, the subject must immediately cease discussion