Pugnacious: eager to fight, aggressive
Dirigible: capable of being guided
Dudgeon: resentment, indignation
Insouciant: carefree, unconcerned
Scopophilia: sexual stimulation or satisfaction from looking at naked people, most often without their knowledge; a love of looking at people in this way; also called scoptophilia, voyeurism.
Susurration: to make a soft rustling sound; whisper; murmur.
Priapic: 1. of or pertaining to Priapus; phallic.
2. characterized by or emphasizing a phallus: priapic figurines.
3. (of an image) suggestive of or resembling a phallus by its shape.4. exaggeratedly concerned with masculinity and male sexuality.
Vichyssoise: a cream soup of potatoes and leeks, usually served chilled and often garnished with chopped chives.
Gravid: the technical word for pregnant.
Caiques: 1. a single-masted sailing vessel used on the eastern Mediterranean Sea, having a sprit mainsail, a square topsail, and two or more other sails.
2. a long, narrow rowboat used on the Bosporus.
Neonate: a newborn child, or one in its first 28 days.
Burthen: an archaic word for burden.
Calumny: 1. a false and malicious statement designed to injure the reputation of someone or something: The speech was considered a calumny of the administration.
2. the act of uttering calumnies; slander; defamation.