PutativeA prioriPrima faciefin de siecle...this is embarrassing; I should stop!
I don't have a set list. (But a good Latin cognate can do wonders.)I'm a philsophy and literature major, though. I don't get to sound smart. Just passable.
Bridget: Back when Orrin Hatch was trying to destroy the internet with strongarm copyright infringement laws, the world of file sharing before his involvement could be called:A pre-Orrin.bp: I'd love a good Latin cognate right now. In a snifter, in front of the fire... wait. That isn't right...
Pedantic (which suits that very well)ipso facto (I learned from Ben Stiller, ironically)ConnotationWell, for me they're smart words. >.>
I've taken a liking to "itinerant" lately.And though it is cliche, I still find that "antidisestablishmentarianism" is almost always good for a chuckle! Tee-hee!And the spam protector is making me type "tzahsu" which is now my all-time favorite word. I know you didn't ask that, but I swear it will make me smarter!
"As per usual.""To wit."Also, I use British pronunciations, to wit (see, didn't that sound smart?):ReSEARCH, as opposed to REsearch.Militree, as opposed to military.
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