With kind permission from Stephen who compiled this wonderful site, http://phrontistery.info/index.html – I am sharing words lost in modern day language.
Cosmogyral 1808 -1808
whirling round the universe
The great cosmogyral peregrinations of galaxies follow simple physical laws.
Inocciduous 1656 -1658
of a star, never setting
Polaris was his inocciduous guide as he trekked across the Great Plains.
Nepheliad 1818 -1821
Like a nepheliad, the skydiver dove gracefully through the clouds.
Sparsile 1891 -1891
of a star, not included in any constellation
The prevalence of sparsile stars today reflects technical advances in telescopy.
Now the fun part to make up a paragraph using them all…
With great determination nepheliad floated upward reaching for the sparsile, which sparkled inocciduous in its cosmogyral path in the dark sky.
Why not have a try?