noun • unrealistic belief in one’s own intelligence; delusion of superintelligence
noun • a neighbor whose house is on fire or has burned down. Ucalegon, one of the Elders of Troy, had his house set on fire by the Achaeans when they sacked Troy.
verb • /puh-REN-di-nayt/ • to put off something until the day after tomorrow
adjective • /fa-SIN-uhr-uhs/ • atrociously wicked From Latin facinorous, from facinus (bad deed), from facere (to do or make).
adjective • of or pertaining to a star not included in any constellation.
verb • to break wind silently from Middle High German visten which means “to break wind”.
adjective • [muh-fit-ik] • terribly stinky
noun • /nos-tuh-MAY-nee-uh, -mayn-yuh/ • (obsolete, rare) overwhelming homesickness, or desire to return to familiar places. From Greek νόστος (nostos, “a return home”) + mania.