November 29

supplant

Listen to supplant pronounced

[suh-plant]

verb (used with object). To take the place of (another), as through force, scheming, strategy, or the like.

Looks like the lovable cunts over at Wikileaks have supplanted world diplomacy with their precious “cables.”

November 25

regale

Listen to regale pronounced

[rih-GAY(uh)L]

transitive verb. To entertain sumptuously with fine food and drink.

Tomorrow we shall all regale our “loved ones” with our bullshit stories until we find ourselves sufficiently drunk on wine and turkey.

November 22

fractious

Listen to fractious pronounced

[FRAK-shuhs]

adjective. Irritable; snappish; cranky.

The holidays are almost here and that means the nice people at the TSA get to deal with all of us fractious, over-protective-of-our-genitals folk.

November 19

iota

Listen to iota pronounced

[eye-OH-tuh]

noun. A very small quantity or degree; a jot; a bit.

I only do coke when I know I’m not getting laid because one iota of that shit and my cock goes limp.