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15 Long Lost Words to Add to Your Vocabulary – Insults

July 13, 2012

Source: Connor Tarter

Another Friday, another list of lost and archaic words. Last week, we hit up ten great compliments, and today? Words that will allow you to insult those around you without their even knowing it. Use with care. Here’s a fun phrase to start you off! “Look at that flothery blowsabella mauping over there. She’s not fooling anyone. What a toitish birkie!”

Next week? Long lost sex terminology.

  1. birkie: (noun) a conceited person
  2. blowsabella: (noun) a hot tempered, sometimes slovenly woman
  3. flothery: (adjective) slovenly but attempting to be fine and showy
  4. fratchy: (adjective) quarrelsome; irritable
  5. glumpse: (adjective) sullen; ill-tempered; morose
  6. janglesome: (adjective) quarrelsome
  7. jobbernowle: (noun) an idiot; a stupid person
  8. koister: (noun) a rough, ill-tempered fellow; a churl
  9. maup: (verb) to gape about stupidly; to moon
  10. niderling: (noun) a little, mean, inhospitable person
  11. puzzumous: (adjective) sycophantic; fawning
  12. rumbustical: (adjective) boisterous; overbearing
  13. thrawn: (adjective) contrary; peevish
  14. thrunch: (adjective) much displeased; very angry
  15. toitish: (adjective) ill-tempered; snappish
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3 Comments leave one →
  1. July 13, 2012 7:48 pm

    Backpfeifengesicht: German compound word for a ‘face that should be slapped’

  2. July 14, 2012 3:51 pm

    That is an awesome word.

  3. Kay permalink
    December 27, 2013 10:46 pm

    Hey I found these really useful got anymore ?

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