Risorial (rih-ZAWR-ee-uk) – Producing laughter
Lollygag (lah-li-gaeg) – Spend time aimlessley; idle
Collywobbles (kale-wabelz) – Butterflies in the stomach; intense anxiety or nervousness
Kerfuffle (ker-fe-fal) – Commotion of fuss, esp. one caused by conflicting views
Halcyon (HAL-ss-uh n) – Happy, sunny, care-free
Gardyloo (gar-de-lu) – A warning shouted before throwing water from above
Taradiddle (tar-uh-DID-l) – A pretty lie; pretentious nonsense
Schwarmerei (shver-muh-RY) – Extravagant enthusiasm; excessive sentimentality
Plursignification (ploo-ri-sig-ni-fi-KAY-shuhn) – The use of a word to convey multiple meanings at the same time.
Tintinnabulation (tin-tin-nab-u-la-tion) – A ringing or tinkling sound
Billet-Doux (bil-let-doux) – A love letter
Lulu (LOO-loo) – A remarkable person, idea of thing.
Suss (suhs) – To inspect, investigate, or to figure out.
Naff (naf) – Very unstylish or unsophisticated
Histrionics (his-tree-ON-iks) – Melodramatic or hysterical behavior calculated for effect.
Pangloss (PAN-glos) – One who is optimistic regardless of the circumstances
Micawber (mih-KAW-buhr) – An eternal optimist
Mitty (MIT-ee) – An ordinary, timid person who indulges in daydreams involving great adventures and triumphs.
Cantankerous (kan-TANG-kuhr-uhs) – Difficult to deal with: ill-tempered, quarrelsome.
Abibliophobia – The Fear of running out of reading material
Arachibutyrophobia – Fear of peanut butter sticking to the roof of the mouth
Omphalophobia – Fear of belly buttons
Xanthophobia – Fear of the color yellow
Somniphobia – Fear of sleep
Textophobia – Fear of certain fabrics
Qualtagh – The first person you see after leaving your house
Pandiculation – Stretching and yawning before going to bed or after waking up
Petrichor – The smell of rain on the dry ground
Abliguration – Excessive spending on food and drink
Agelast – A person who never laughs
Cruciverbalist – One who loves doing crossword puzzles
Cachinnation – Loud or hysterical laughter
Sabrage – the act of opening a bottle with a sabre
Anopisthography – The practice of writing on one side of the paper
Eccedentesiast – One who fakes a smile, as on television
Concilliabule – A secret meeting of people who are hatching a plot
Brontide – The low rumbler of distant thunder
Estrapade – The action of a horse trying to dismount its rider
Mondegreen – A word of phrase resulting from mishearing a word or phrase, especially in song lyrics.