nocuous. n, o, c, u, o, u, s. nocuous. Joanna's belief in ethical veganism, and the abhorrence she felt toward companies that use animals to test their products, provoked her to abandon the use of soap, shampoo, and deodorant. She was a beautiful girl, but nocuous levels of her body oder were detectable in places she left hours before.

/ˈnɒkyuəs/

adjective. 1 Hurtful or harmful. 2 noxious.

Joanna’s belief in ethical veganism, and the abhorrence she felt toward companies that use animals to test their products, provoked her to abandon the use of soap, shampoo, and deodorant. She was a beautiful girl, but nocuous levels of her body oder were detectable in places she left hours before.

cupid. c, u, p, i, d. cupid. As a student of classical mythology, Naja demanded that her boyfriend satiate her sexual fantasy by staging the story of Cupid and Psyche. Every Valentine's Day Nikolaj complied because it gave him a reason to wear a diaper.

/ˈkyupɪd/

noun. 1 the god of love, son of Venus; usually represented as a naked, winged boy with bow and arrow. 2 pretty dimpled boys.

As a student of classical mythology, Naja demanded that her boyfriend satiate her sexual fantasy by staging the story of Cupid and Psyche. Every Valentine’s Day Nikolaj complied because it gave him a reason to wear a diaper.

filch. f, i, l, c, h. filch. The owner of the pharmacy caught Dan filching condoms. Feigning anger, the owner let Dan off with a warning and the box of condoms. They were expired, and the owner knew that a baby was better for business than a few lousy prophylactics.

/fɪltʃ/

verb. 1 to steal or take privily (commonly, that which is of little value). 2 to pilfer.

The owner of the pharmacy caught Dan filching condoms. Feigning anger, the owner let Dan off with a warning and the box of condoms. They were expired, and the owner knew that a baby was better for business than a few lousy prophylactics.

idolatrous. i, d, o, l, a, t, r, o, u, s. idolatrous. Upon the coming of the Christ loving in-laws, all of his pornographic posters and idolatrous trinkets were removed from the guest bedroom.

/aɪˈdɒlətrəs/

adjective. 1 a of or pertaining to idolatry. b partaking of the nature of idolatry. c given to idolatry or the worship of false gods. 2 consisting in, or partaking of, an excessive attachment or reverence.

Upon the coming of the Christ loving in-laws, all of his pornographic posters and idolatrous trinkets were removed from the guest bedroom.

importune. i, m, p, o, r, t, u, n, e. importune. Too poor to pay, and too proud to importune, the lonely-hearted Hannah could not attain her elusive orgasm by means other than her own hands.

/ˌɪmpɔrˈtun/

verb. 1 a To request or solicit, with urgency. b to press with frequent, unreasonable, or troublesome application or pertinacity. 2 to solicit for an immoral purpose.

Too poor to pay, and too proud to importune, the lonely-hearted Hannah could not attain her elusive orgasm by means other than her own hands.