Eponymous

giving one's name to a tribe, place, etc.: Romulus, the eponymous founder of Rome.

Libidinous

full of sexual lust; lustful

Heterochromia

A difference in coloration in two structures or two parts of the same structure that are normally alike in color. (eyes)

Inane

  1. lacking sense, significance, or ideas; silly
  2. empty; void.

Bordello

a brothel

Paragon

A model of excellence or perfection of a kind; a peerless example: a paragon of virtue

Boolean Operators

Boolean operators define the relationships between words or groups of words. Ex. and, or, not

Soliloquy

A dramatic or literary form of discourse in which a character talks to himself or herself or reveals his or her thoughts without addressing a listener.

Dichotomy

division into two parts, kinds, etc.; subdivision into halves or pairs.

Desultory

lacking in consistency, constancy, or visible order, disconnected; fitful

Ubiquitous

existing or being everywhere, esp. at the same time; omnipresent

Evanescent

  1. vanishing; fading away; fleeting.
  2. tending to become imperceptible; scarcely perceptible.

Insouciant

free from concern, worry, or anxiety; carefree; nonchalant

Doldrums

a state of inactivity or stagnation, as in business or art

Analgesic

a remedy that relieves or allays pain.

Debauchery

excessive indulgence in sensual pleasures; intemperance

Pleonasm

the use of more words than are necessary to express an idea; redundancy

Panache

a grand or flamboyant manner; verve; style; flair

Litmus test

a question asked of a potential candidate for high office, the answer to which would determine whether the nominating official would choose to proceed with the appointment or nomination