Jasper National Park
apanthropinization 1880 -1880
withdrawal from human concerns or the human world
His life as a hermit in the woods was characterized by apanthropinization.
desarcinate 1656 -1736
to unload; to unburden
She haughtily ordered her butler to desarcinate her baggage from the car.
locupletative 1802 -1812
tending to enrich
Your locupletative contributions have helped furnish the new stadium lavishly.
montivagant 1656 -1658
wandering over hills and mountains
The montivagant hiker crossed the Alps with ease but was stymied by the Andes.
patration 1656 -1656
perfection or completion of something
The patration of my dissertation will be an occasion for great merriment.
stagma 1681 -1820
any distilled liquor
I will touch neither wine nor stagma, though I do occasionally partake of ale.
More lost words here:
My good friend Linda and I escaped to the mountains for a long weekend over Easter. These words describe our experience to some extent.
We relished the apanthropinization from daily stresses to the Rocky Mountains. The glorious scenery, good company and a splash of stagma enabled us to desarcinate our troubles for a brief respite. Our montivagant and immersion into nature really locupletative our souls. In addition we were able to patration writing projects too. A recharging for our souls and sustenance for our mind and body.
Mediation Circle, Grande Cache