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I'm couth and sheveled today. See a pattern?

Asked by ETpro (34441points) November 21st, 2013

I’d be dismayed if you Fluther word mavens didn’t. Make sure I’m mayed by proving you are plussed. I’m betting that your failing this test is evitable. You will see a pattern and you will come up with another uncommon word that fits said pattern. Note: Strange as they may be, even without their prefix, these are all legal words in English.

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janbb's avatar

I’m conbobulated and traught today.

Adirondackwannabe's avatar

That’s not usual for you.

picante's avatar

I’m scathed by the challenge, and I’ll look particularly kempt as I accept it.

ibstubro's avatar

I’m both happy and pleased at wasting my time with this.

glacial's avatar

Thank you for tributing to my sense of illusionment about our language. Now I’m plexed.

ucme's avatar

I offer you my most enthusiastic contrafribularities. What…you don’t know these words?
Oh i’m sorry sir, i’m anispeptic, frasmotic, even compunctuos to have caused you such pericombobulation.

janbb's avatar

Edit: “combobulated”

SadieMartinPaul's avatar

You’re officially bunked as a clever and witty Jelly.

janbb's avatar

Wonder how we can rail this thread?

ibstubro's avatar

I’m certain someone will be inclined to do so, @janbb.

flip86's avatar

Other forums on this series of tubes use a rather puerile vernacular.

DominicX's avatar

My appearance is gainly and kempt today, probably because I’m so gruntled at work. :)

28lorelei's avatar

Despite having all my work spread out here, it’s in array, which is quite an aster, isn’t it? I hope that I appear reasonably combobulated anyway.

CWOTUS's avatar

I am completely turbed by this.

KNOWITALL's avatar

You have no idea how fair this is to those of us able to get out of work to play with the other kids.

ibstubro's avatar

I’m able to earn a point for that statement, @KNOWITALL.

Tropical_Willie's avatar

I’m fused and wildered.

janbb's avatar

I’m witched, bothered and wildered.

zenvelo's avatar

I am gruntled by this thread.

ccrow's avatar

This seems like a good place for this poem:

A very Descript Man…. J H Parker

I am such a dolent man,
I eptly work each day;
My acts are all becilic,
I’ve just ane things to say.
My nerves are strung, my hair is kempt,
I’m gusting and I’m span:
I look with dain on everyone
And am a pudent man.
I travel cognito and make
A delible impression:
I overcome a slight chalance,
With gruntled self-possession.
My dignation would be great
If I should digent be:
I trust my vagance will bring
An astrous life for me.

ibstubro's avatar

Cute, cute, cute @ccrow!

And the poem was pretty good, too! ;-)

fundevogel's avatar

Goodness, I’m simply whelmed by the answers.

ETpro's avatar

To all. It was evitable you would come through, and I am gusted with the way you did.

@ccrow Great poem. Very ept answer.

Dutchess_III's avatar

Yep. I once thought about the word “Burglar,” and wondered if “burgled” was a word…and it is.

fundevogel's avatar

Regardless of if it is accepted in English I have fully embraced “pulver”.

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