Listen to waxing pronounced

[WAK-sing]

verb. To increase in extent, quantity, intensity or power.

I can’t stand when my roommate does a little bit of blow and starts waxing poetic about his God awful childhood.

Listen to festoon pronounced

[fe-STOON]

verb. To adorn with hanging chains or strands of any material.

I thought it odd that she would choose to festoon only one nipple with a ring and small chain, but who am I to complain?

Listen to suspire pronounced

[suh-SPAHY-uhr]

verb. To utter with long, sighing breaths.

The comedian suspired his monologue, and the audience was sure it was because he had just received a blow job from the haggard looking cocktail waitress.

Listen to habitué pronounced

[huh-BICH-oo-ey]

noun. One who frequents a particular place.

My wife called me a whorehouse habitué. I told her she was over-thinking the idea of me being the FourSquare Mayor of the massage parlor down the block.