Superior Person’s Tuesday: Comploration

It can be true anguish or melodrama—you decide.

comploration n. Wailing and weeping together.

“Your mother coming over this Christmas, darling, for the usual comploration?”

A good synesthetic comploration can be seen in Munch's "The Scream."
A good synesthetic comploration can be seen in Munch’s “The Scream.”
However, the internal comploration of accidentally sending an incriminating text may be more iconic.
However, the internal comploration of accidentally sending an incriminating text may be more iconic.

On Tuesdays we offer up a Superior Word for the edification of our Superior Readers, via the volumes of the inimitable Peter Bowler. Be on the look out for a new edition of The Superior Person’s Complete Book of Words, now available for purchase.