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INFPs often have a propensity to lead hermetic lives; I know this, because I am one (a recluse) and I also know of a few others that do the same. There have also been some famous INFP recluses, for example: John Lennon, Johnny Depp and Greta Garbo.

Winsome: attractive or appealing in appearance or character

Winsome: attractive or appealing in appearance or character.A windfall not be at loss or to lose!

Ogerhunch - OMG, there's several in our White House!

Ogerhunch: Frightful or loathsome creature. Grandiloquent Word of the Day

Scaramouch (SKAR-ah-moosh) Noun: -A boastful but cowardly person. -A stock character in the Italian commedia dell'arte that burlesques the Spanish don and is characterized by boastfulness and...

Scaramouch (SKAR-ah-moosh) Noun: -A boastful but cowardly person. -A stock character in the Italian commedia dell'arte that burlesques the Spanish don and is characterized by boastfulness and cowardliness. -A cowardly buffoon.

The Grandiloquent Word of the Day

Grandiloquent Word of the Day: Hurple: To shrug up the neck and creep along the streets, shivering in the cold.

Defenestrate (dee-FEN-eh-strayt) Verb: -A throwing of a person or thing out of a window. -A usually swift dismissal or expulsion (as from a political party or office).
 Noun form: Defenestration  From Latin fenestra “window”. First known use 1620.  Used in a sentence: “After weeks of practice, it was their time to shine on the dance-floor; but who could have predicted that Hugo would defenestrate Gina during the climax of their cha-cha..."

Defenestrate (dee-FEN-eh-strayt) Verb: -A throwing of a person or thing out of a window. -A usually swift dismissal or expulsion (as from a political party or office). Noun form: Defenestration From.

Huzun

huzun (n.) a melancholy resulting from inadequacy or failure and weighing so heavily that it becomes communal, resigned, and even curiously poetic

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