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  • The author of the screed gave a list of examples of words that offended him, including catillate (to lick dishes), brochity (having crooked teeth) and vitulate (to rejoice wantonly).

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  • JM looks upon UK TV shows as brochity benchmarking

    June 15, 2009

  • The word brochity is a noun dating back to the year 1623.

    It means, the projecting or crooked quality of teeth

    November 18, 2009