anoesis - noun - 1. a state of mind consisting of pure sensation of emotion without cognitive context.

Anoesis: a state of mind consisting of pure sensation of emotion without cognitive content.

The human experience.We can have an idea, but to truly comprehend its full extent... it won't happen for a long time.

The 2017 Blogging Ideas to Grow your Audience.

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I believe most of these are from the dictionary of obscure sorrows - with much longer and more poetic definitions.

Tacenda (n.) Things better left unsaid; matters to be passed over in silence.

TACENDA (n) Things better left unsaid; matters to be passed over in silence. ~~~ pronounced ta-'chen-da Yes, my girlies, there is such a thing.

The 100 Most Beautiful Words in English - Imgur.  Very cool; need to memorize some of these to use as I speak with fellow human beings.  It will be funny to confuse some of them because I haven't heard of some of these words myself LOL

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The 100 Most Beautiful Words in the English Language. Not sure why or how these are considered the most beautiful words in the English language but I am a fan of fun words

Deemed one of the most beautiful words in the English language due to its euphony rare sighting and letter composition.  Greek origin //ZƐF ƏR// Zephyr: a gentle, mild breeze. It does not disrupt, nor cause chaos, it merely brings a pleasant sensation on a warm summer day.

Deemed one of the most beautiful words in the English language due to its euphony rare sighting and letter composition. Greek origin //Z?R// Zephyr: a gentle, mild breeze. It does not disrupt, nor (Cool Summer Quotes)

pronunciation | rE-kum-‘ben-ti-bus                                       #recumbentibus, noun, english, origin: latin, knockout, KO, knockout punch, knockout blow, ending blow, would you like some ice for that burn, burn, otherwordly, other-wordly, definitions, words, R,

words r burn knockout definitions english nbd KO noun otherwordly other-wordly rare word rare words unusual word unusual words origin: latin strange word strange words recumbentibus knockout punch knockout blow ending blow would you like some ice for that

Extraordinary. I have experienced most of these. It's comforting to know someone else out there has felt the same and put a name to it.

Never knew what Rubitosis was... but now I have it

monachopsis nodus tollens liberosis lachesism exulansis rubatosis mauerbauertraurigkeit jouska things i feel quire often which is weird // jf

Some of the best words of the English language... - The Meta Picture

Some of the best words of the English language…

Eaton noun the pleasantness of a word's sounds, Sillage scent that lingers, and Kintsukuroi, to repair gold the art of pottery with silver and gold, cool-words-love-pronunciation-beautiful

pronunciation | A-‘lAt                          alate, adjective, english, origin: latin, having wings, wings, lifted up in flight, flight, flying, sky, tagging is hard guys, words, word, definition, definitions, otherwordly, other-wordly, A

The origin of this word is from the Latin. It comes from the Latin root word " ala" which means wing. The above definition is excellent for English. This word became an English word in the mid century.

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