Sarcawesome: noun harsh or bitter derision or irony, that is nonetheless awesome a sharply ironical taunt; sneering or cutting remark, awesomely phrased I suspect y'all will appreciate this.6 participating We had fun with this before a few months back and I happened to catch the feature on Radio One again today - so can you guess what song they've put through a thesaurus to change most of the words?4 participating (n.) a person who prefer to travel at night. (Croatian) First used in a historical song to describe a person who was traveling at night to avoid being seen by an enemy army. Echolalia (also known as echologia or echophrasia) is defined as the unsolicited repetition of vocalizations made by another person (by the same person is called palilalia). In its profound form it is automatic and effortless. "Echolalia" on @Wikipedia: h... (adjective) An obsolete word, yonderly is defined as being emotionally distant, gloomy and reserved. It has connotations of portraying an absent-minded and melancholic disposition. Although the word “yonder” may be used to describe a faraway travel, yonde... Elision e·li·sion əˈliZHən/ noun noun: elision; plural noun: elisions the omission of a sound or syllable when speaking (as in I'm, let's, e ' en ). an omission of a passage in a book, speech, or film. "the movie's elisions and distortions have been care... It's time for another round of Antonym Day! (Read: I just remembered this is a thing I do, hahah.) How this works: I'll post a word, and then I want you all to comment with an antonym to it. Any language is welcome! The more, the merrier. Today's word is.... This is a fairly simple one, as its origins are easily derived. Etymology finds its roots in the Greek terms étymos meaning "true" and lógos meaning "word, reason."