STENTORIAN

Adjective:

  • (of a voice) Loud, powerful, booming, suitable for giving speeches to large crowds. [W]

But that quiet tone will soon change, and it will be quite stentorian.

Neva eva heard this one before…

PIECEMEAL

Adjective:

  • Made or done in pieces or one stage at a time. [W]

Do we combine the characteristics of an object in a piecemeal way in perception—

SUPERCILIOUS

Adjective:

  • Arrogantly superior; showing contemptuous indifference; haughty.

[W]

MIFFED

Adjective:

Euro registrars miffed about ICANN privacy delays

INDELIBLE

Adjective:

  • having the quality of being difficult to remove, wash away, blot out, or efface [W]

This ink spot on the contract is indelible.

PENT-UP

Adjective:

  • not expressed
  • repressed or suppressed [W]

—and I should be able to capture that pent up demand.

WIDE-AWAKE

Adjective:

  • alert, vigilant or watchful

[W]

NOXIOUS

Adjective:

  • Harmful; injurious. [W]

'Chrysler’s Super Bowl car ad featuring Bob Dylan is mildly xenophobic and noxiously ignorant.

LIVID

Adjective:

  • Furiously angry. [W]

I am actually quite livid right now and will try hard to make sense.

UNSCATHED

Adjective:

  • Not harmed or damaged in any way; untouched. [W]

Nevertheless, despite all its unquestionable virtues, Social Identity Theory has not emerged unscathed from the two decades of research which it has inspired.

CROMULENT

Adjective:

  • Fine, acceptable or normal; excellent, realistic, legitimate or authentic. [W]

Since “kibosh” is a perfectly cromulent word in the English and American language - it’s both in the Oxford dictionary and merriam webster, I’m actually still not sure what your point is.' [X]

VALIANT

Adjective:

  • Showing courage or determination; heroic. [W]

Marcus and his team are left to fight for their lives in one of the most valiant efforts of modern warfare.' [X]

RAPACIOUS

Adjective:

[W]

SULLEN

Adjective:

It’s not just an attractive advertising demographic that Facebook is losing as teens take their mercurial attention elsewhere in sullen search of what’s cool.’ [X]

PETULANT

Adjective:

But some petulant tech critics dismissed every single subsequent iPhone as disappointingly incremental, lacking “innovation”.' [X]