Polyglot (adjective): A person who speaks, writes, and reads in multiple languages.

  1. Adjectives, excessive use of: The hazel and auburn, well groomed fur of handsome Stan shone brilliantly, as his endless, maddening eyes roamed playfully across the ghostly moonlit living room, further augmenting the dark pulsating shadows waxing and waning with the night’s ceaseless ebb towards a warm dawn.
  2. Adjectives, wrong: The Mad Catter Stan seductively thumbed the red button, in which succulent data sacs of nuclear codes are cradled, promises photosynthesizing towards a terraformed liter box.
  3. Alliteration, obsessive: A passionate, progressive, poetic pussy. He is Stan. Proudly pronounced as he perched precariously, preaching the primary premise of proactive preening prior to properly processing proctology practices.

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