As if ‘one’ wasn’t enough, here we go again with another dose of Logophile Lunacy.
The object of the game is for you to crack the sentence, decipher the basic message and re-compose some syllables that say the same thing, but expose us to vocab we may not regularly use.
So, have a go. You’ll have to check your own or on-line dictionary for the meanings and they you can thesaurus up a new way to say the same thing.
I’m building this passage up as we go along – so you will get the first sentence repeated from an earlier past. That’s deliberate – it’s called “Repetition and Recall”, my favourite 2 R’s of Learning.
Oh, and you can actually post your replies on the Forum, under Mind Zone.
“It is germane to note that this robustious habitué is under the aegis of a denizen of this place, an avuncular eremite, who will expiate his fatuous arrogation of title.
Though others inveigh the grandiloquent concatenation by which he avoids each contretemps, he manages to exculpate himself from mordant limn and continue in his bon ton.”