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Welcome to the wondrous and delightful page of advanced vocabulary. Whether you are just starting out, you are looking for some refreshers or new vocab to possibly use, this page could be a big help. New suggestions are always welcome! Contact me on here or on Animal Jam (Clairvoyantxx) if you have any questions, comments, concerns! This page is updated regularly, so stay tuned. The italicized words are words that nonmembers without free chat can say. Anatomy will be skipped. You can message me/comment for advanced help and tips if you wish for extra help!

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A N A T O M Y

Felis Catus Anatomy

Outer Ear Flaps - Pinna, Auricle

Eyes - Optics, Trentonomous Sicogliceneral

A Small Sphere Referring to Eyes - Orbs, Spheroid, Spherule

Blindness/Blind/Blinding – Amaurosis, Purblinding

Eye Socket - Orbit

Whiskers - Vibrissae

Nostril - Naris

Face/Facial Expression - Countenance, Physiognomy, Visage, Mien

Rough Leather of a Cats Nose, Skin Around the Nostrils - Planum Nasale, Rhinarium

Vertical Line on the Nose to the Upper Lip - Philtrum

Upper Jaw - Maxilla

Lower Jaw - Mandible

Scent Organ in the Roof of a Cats Mouth - Vomeronasal (or Jacobson's) Organ

Teeth (4 "Types" of Teeth) - Incisors, Canines, Premolars, Molars

Throat (Breathing and Speaking) - Larynx, Trachea

Throat (Eating) - Pharynx, Esophagus

Tail - Caudal Appendage, Coccygeal Vertebrae, Caudal Vertebrae

Part of the Brain in the Back Controlling Your Coordination and Muscle Activity - Cerebellum

Backbone/Spine and Tail Vertebrae - Spinal Cord, Vertebral Column (Broken into 5 diff groups. 33 vertebrae in total.)

Neck Spinal Cord - Cervical Vertebrae (7 in number. C1-C7)

Scapula to End of the Ribs - Thoracic Vertebrae (12 in number. Each one bears a rib. T1-T12)

End of the Ribs to 3 Before the Tail Vertebrae - Lumbar Vertebrae (5 in number. L1-L5)

End of Lumbar to Tail Vertebrae - Sacral Vertebrae (5 in number.)

Tail Vertebrae - Coccygeal Vertebrae (22-23 in number. Cy1-Cy23)

Skull - Cranium

Outward End of the Spine of the Scapula or Shoulder Blade - Acromion

Shoulder Blade - Scapula

Rib Muscles (Primary Factor in Breathing.) - Intercostal Muscles

Ribs - Costas, Costae

Breastplate (Protects Important Organs) - Sternum (Broken into 3 Regions; the Manubrium, the Body, and the Xiphoid Process)

Cheekbone - Zygomatic Arch

Toes - Phalanges

Claws - Unguis'

Belly - Abdomen, Midriff, Midsection

Pit of the Stomach (Very Vulnerable to Blows) - Solar Plexus

Front Upper Leg - Humerus

Lower Front Leg - Radius and Ulna

Wrists and Paws - Carpals, Metacarpals

"Hip Bone" - Coxal Bone, Innominate Bone

Upper Back Leg - Femur

"Knee Caps" on the Back Legs - Patellas

Lower Leg Bones - Tibia, Fibula

Bones Above the Paws on the Back Legs (See Picture) - Tarsals, Metatarsals

Internal Organs - Viscera

Red Fluid (Referring to Blood) - Sanguine Fluid

Skin (Broken into 3 Layers, from Outermost to Innermost) - Epidermis, Dermis, Cutis (Epid and Derm Layers Together), Subcutaneous Layer/Hypodermis

A Piece of Tough Tissue Linking Muscle to Bone or Bone to Bone - Sinew, Fibrous Tissue, Tendon, Ligament

Fur - Pelage

Canis Lupus Anatomy

Outer Ear Flaps - Pinna, Auricle

External Ear Canal - External Auditory Meatus

Eyes - Optics, Trentonomous Sicogliceneral

A Small Sphere Referring to Eyes - Orbs, Spheroid, Spherule

Blindness/Blind/Blinding – Amaurosis, Purblinding

Eye Socket - Orbit

Whiskers - Vibrissae

Nostril - Naris

Face/Facial Expression - Countenance, Physiognomy, Visage, Mien

Rough Leather of a Nose, Skin Around the Nostrils - Rhinarium

Vertical Line on the Nose to the Upper Lip - Philtrum

Upper Jaw - Maxilla

Lower Jaw - Mandible

Teeth (4 "Types" of Teeth) - Incisors, Canines, Premolars, Molars, Carnassial (Upper and Lower Molars Used for Tearing Flesh)

Throat (Breathing and Speaking) - Larynx, Trachea

Throat (Eating) - Pharynx, Esophagus

Tail - Caudal Appendage, Coccygeal Vertebrae, Caudal Vertebrae

Part of the Brain in the Back Controlling Your Coordination and Muscle Activity - Cerebellum

Backbone/Spine and Tail Vertebrae - Spinal Cord, Vertebral Column (Broken into 5 diff groups. 33 vertebrae in total.)

Neck Spinal Cord - Cervical Vertebrae (7 in number. C1-C7)

Scapula to End of the Ribs - Thoracic Vertebrae (13 in number. Each one bears a rib. T1-T13)

End of the Ribs to Three Before the Tail Vertebrae - Lumbar Vertebrae (7 in number. L1-L7)

End of Lumbar to Tail Vertebrae - Sacrum Vertebrae (3 in number.)

Tail Vertebrae - Coccygeal Vertebrae (20-23 in number. Cy1-Cy23)

Skull - Cranium

Outward End of the Spine of the Scapula or Shoulder Blade - Acromion

Shoulder Blade - Scapula

Rib Muscles (Primary Factor in Breathing) - Intercostal Muscles

Ribs - Costas, Costae

Breastplate (Protects Important Organs) - Sternum (Broken into 3 Regions; the Manubrium, the Body, and the Xiphoid Process)

Cheekbone - Zygomatic Arch

Toes - Phalanges

Claws - Unguis'

Belly - Abdomen, Midriff, Midsection

Pit of the Stomach (Very Vulnerable to Blows) - Solar Plexus

Front Upper Leg - Humerus

Lower Front Leg - Radius and Ulna

Wrists and Paws - Carpals, Metacarpals

"Hip Bone" - Coxal Bone, Innominate Bone

Upper Back Leg - Femur

"Knee Caps" on the Back Legs - Patellas

Lower Leg Bones - Tibia, Fibula

Bones Above the Paws on the Back Legs (See Picture) - Tarsals, Metatarsals

Internal Organs - Viscera

Red Fluid (Referring to Blood) - Sanguine Fluid

Skin (Broken into 3 Layers, from Outermost to Innermost) - Epidermis, Dermis, Cutis (Epid and Derm Layers Together), Subcutaneous Layer/Hypodermis

A Piece of Tough Tissue Linking Muscle to Bone or Bone to Bone - Sinew, Fibrous Tissue, Tendon, Ligament

Fur - Pelage

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  • Basic Feline Anatomy
  • Basic Feline Anatomy
  • Basic Canine (Dog) Anatomy
  • Basic Canine (Wolf) Anatomy
  • Nose Anatomy
  • Feline Paw Anatomy

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P O R T R A Y A L

Physical/Pigments

Showing Qualities of a Female - Feminine, Effeminate, Muliebrous

Showing Qualities of a Male - Masculine, Virile

Strong - Stalwart, Tenacious, Juggernaut, Substantial, Mesomorphic

Large - Colossal, Monumental, Voluminous, Juggernaut, Gargantuan, Brobdingnagian 

Fearsome, Frightful, Evil - Ghastly, Nightmarish, Monstrous, Horrendous, Macabre

Small, Skinny - Diminutive, Infinitesimal, Ectomorphic

Heavy Built, Over Weight - Stout, Corpulent, Abdominous, Pyknic, Endomorphic

Sickly, Weak - Pallid, Cadaverous, Wan, Emaciated, Etiolated, Tenuous, Feeble

Destructive - Ruinous, Catastrophic, Calamitous, Cataclysmic, Detrimental

Smooth/Glossy (Fur) - Sleek, Lustrous

Rough (Fur) - Coarse, Wiry

Fine, Silky Fur - Sericeous, Lanuginous

Beautiful - Prepossessing, Beauteous, Striking, Alluring

Handsome - Pulchritudinous, Striking, Alluring

Ugly - Grotesque, Repulsive, Vile, Repugnant, Ghastly, Hideous

Old - Decrepit, Archaic, Antediluvian, Superannuate, Septuagenarian, Senile, Ancient

Young - Adolescent, Juvenescence, Youthful

Belonging to an Earlier Time - Bygone, Anachronistic

Harsh, Loud Sound(s), Lacking Harmony - Raucous, Cacophonous, Discordant, Inharmonious, Dissonant, Piercing

Tending to be Harmful - Inimical, Ruinous, Detrimental, Injurious, Deleterious, Noxious, Destructive

Not Rhythmic - Arrhythmic

Someone or Something that is Hated - Abhorrence, Abomination, Atrocity, Monstrosity

Glow - Luminescence, Fluorescence, Incandescent, Radiance

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Red - Cerise, Rubicund, Crimson, Saffron, Coquelicot, Lateritious

Orange - Persimmon, Gamboge

Yellow-ish Cream - Icterine, Aureolin

Tan-ish Yellow - Arylide, Citrine, Maize, Tawny, Xanthous

Green - Viridescent, Malachite, Chartreuse

Blue - Cerulean, Ultramarine, Zaffre, Turquoise, Sapphire, Azure

Blue-ish Green - Viridian, Jade

Purple - Heliotrope, Lavender

Pink - Roseate, Amaranth, Begonia

Black - Sable, Atramentous, Atramental, Obsidian, Onyx, Coal, Ebony, Somber, Sombre, Soot, Charcoal, Ebon, Raven, Inky, Melanoid, Piceous,

Brown - Burnt Sienna, Sepia, Amber, Cinnamon

Brown-ish Orange - Sinopia

White - Alabaster, Achromic, Achromatic

Gray - Achromatic, Slate, Charcoal, Achromic

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Mental/Emotional

Diverse in Character - Heterogeneous, Multifarious

Composed of Both Good and Evil - Agathokakological

Longing or Desire - Appetency, Covetous, Desirous

Smart - Intelligent, Shrewd, Astute, Sagacious

Vengeful - Vindictive, Malevolent, Venomous, Malicious

Showing Insight - Perceptive, Insightful, Perspicacious

Calm - Serene, Tranquil, Impassive, Placid, Temperate, Imperturbable, Phlegmatic

Bored, Lack of Energy - Jaded, Wearied, Apathetic, Blasé, Phlegmatic, Ennui, Lassitude, Lethargy, Torpor, Inertia, Stasis, Lackadaisically, Hebetude

Peculiar - Outlandish, Anomalous, Aberrant, Atypical, Divergent, Heteroclite, Idiosyncratic, Unique

Aggressive - Bellicose, Quarrelsome, Belligerent, Contentious, Intrusive, Combative, Acrimony, Philopolemical

Self Absorbed - Narcissistic, Megalomaniac

Persuasive - Concinnous, Eloquent

Mischievous - Furciferous, Rascally

Bully - Drawcansir

Lively - Exuberant, Ebullient, Vivacious, Alacrity, Dynamic

Friendly - Affable, Cordial, Amicable, Propitious

Carefree - Blithe, Insouciant, Jovial, Buoyant, Mellow

Agreeing - Complaisant, Acquiescent

Cautious - Circumspect, Vigilant, Leery, Provident, Chary

Ambitious - Aspiration

Cunning, Deceitful - Machiavellian, Perfidious, Duplicitous, Treacherous

Talkative - Loquacious, Garrulous, Verbose, Voluble, Conversational

Brief, To the Point - Laconic, Concise, Succinct, Pithy, Taciturn

Sarcastic, Bitter, Scornful - Acerbic, Mordant, Acrimonious, Sardonic, Derisive, Scathing, Scornful

Wicked - Atrocious, Nefarious, Mephistophelian, Unscrupulous, Machiavellian

Sad/Mournful - Tristful, Lachrymose, Saturnine, Compunction, Contrite, Sorrowful, Melancholy, Lugubrious, Morose, Doleful, Atrabilious

Intimidating - Daunting, Menace

Dismay - Consternation, Dissatisfaction

Shy - Bashful, Timid

Lacking Intelligence - Vacuous, Inane, Fatuous, Foolish

Bad, Wrong - Egregious, Flagrant, Inadequate

Passionate - Perfervid, Vehement, Ardent, Fervid, Excitable

Tolerance - Forbearance, Patient

Irritated, Annoyed, Angry - Fractious, Irate, Ireful, Vexed, Livid, Apoplectic, Choleric, Acrimonious, Cross, Enraged

Defiant - Obstreperous, Contumacious, Recalcitrant, Recusant, Uncooperative, Rebellious, Contumacious

Not Ashamed - Impenitent, Remorseless, Unrepentant, Unabashed, Ruthless

Unable to be Corrected, Improved, or Reformed - Incorrigible, Inveterate, Irredeemable, Habitual

Power to Attract Through Charm, Magnetism - Duende, Captivation, Charisma

Playful - Ludic, Puerile, Frolicsome, Mischievous

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A C T I O N S

Standard

Hiss - Sibilate

Growl - Bellow, Snarl, Gnarr

Howl - Bay, Wail, Bellow, Ululate, Illatration

Walk - Amble, Perambulate, Saunter, Tread, Wend, Obambulate

Study - Scrutinize, Examine, Inspect

Yell - Vociferate, Ululate, Wail

Glare - Glower, Withering (Gaze), Piercing (Gaze)

Mourn, Grieve - Lament, Deplore, Bemoan

Placing Side by Side - Juxtapositional, Adjacency

Settle Down in One Place for a Short Time - Ensconced, Bivouac, Nestle, Situate, Cwtch

Approach and Speak to Someone in a Bold/Aggressive Manner - Accost, Confront, Encounter, Diatribe, Harangue, Polemic, Fulmination, Denunciation, Censure, Condemnation, Philippic

To Complain - Yawp, Repine, Inveigh, Protest

Scold - Admonish, Chastise, Castigate, Objurgate, Rebuke, Reprimand, Vituperate

Praise - Extol, Eulogize, Panegyrize, Commend

Emotional - Maudlin, Mawkish, Sentimental, Bathetic, Tender

Slander - Calumny, Defamation, Tarnish

Dodge (Avoid an Issue) - Equivocate, Circumlocute, Tergiversate

Plot, Scheme - Stratagem, Machination, Chicanery

Form a Concept or Idea - Conceptualize, Ideational

To Know, Understand - Cognize, Comprehend, Perceive, Assimilate

Suggest Something Bad - Insinuate, Imply, Connote, Betoken

Interrupt - Impede, Hinder, Inhibit

Through (Traveling) - Via, Per, Traverse

Be a Forewarning - Portend, Presage, Augur, Indicate, Foreshadow

Assumption that Something is the Truth - Postulate, Presume (the Thing), Hypothesize, Presuppose, Theorize, Speculate

To Wake Up - Expergefaction

Relax - Decompress, Recline, Laze, Repose, Alleviate

Stretch - Pandiculation

Shiver - Quiver, Quaver, Shudder

Announce - Proclaim, Promulgate, Enunciate, Annunciation

Twitch - Quiver, Tremble, Vellicate, Quaver

Flick - Vellicate, Whisk

Leave - Vacate, Withdraw, Absquatulate

Dig - Excavate, Gouge

Fall - Descend, Plummet

Hunt - Pursue, Hound

To Utter Curses (Put a Curse Upon) - Imprecate, Anathematize, Maledict, Execration

To Cuss - Blasphemy, Curse, Utilize Profanity

Altercation

Injury Where the Skin is Unbroken, Bruise - Contusion, Discoloration/Discolouration, Ecchymosis, Extravasation

Scrape - Abrasion, Graze

Cut - Cleave, Rive, Lacerate, Compartmentalize, Rend

Sudden and Violent Collapse or Movement - Debacle, Convulsion, Paroxysm, Ictus, Lurch

State of Being Harmed or Damaged, Altered - Detriment, Transmogrification, Transfiguration, Deturpate

To be Deadly - Vorpal, Lethal, Noxious, Detrimental

To Disable - Incapacitate, Debilitated, Maim, Immobilize, Paralyze

Kill, Death - Conclude Termination, Annihilate, Decimate, Elimination, Extermination, Obliteration, Mortis, Curriculum Vitae Extinguishment, Liquidation, Extirpation, Naufragate

Bite Down, Chew - Masticate, Manducate

Drag Something Around - Vellicate, Tote, Heave

Defeat - Vanquishment, Subjugation

Something Very Upsetting - Harrowing, Acutely Distressing

Pitch Sideways Uncontrollably, Sway - Careen, Oscillate, Vellicate, Lurch

Lunge Forward Quickly - Skyrocket, Ascend, Catapulted, Lurch, Lunge, Assail, Salient, Protrusive

Sharp - Tapering, Acuminate

Back Away - Extrication, Disinvolve, Recede, Abate, Relent, Retreat

Move Fast - Velocity, Celerity, Catapulted, Accelerating

Grasp - Seize, Grapple, Prehension

Dodge (Feint) - Elude, Evade, Circumvent, Bypass, Eschew, Prevaricate

Move Continuously - Circulate, Ambient, Motatorious, Locomotion, Kinetic, Circumforaneous

Lock Together - Interlock, Interdigitate, Interconnect, Catenate, Concatenate

Battle - Fray, Altercation, Fracas, Scrimmage, Ruction

Opponent - Adversary, Combatant, Challenger, Foe, Rival, Antagonist, Nemesis, Rampallion, Contender

Bleed (Lose Blood) - Hemorrhage, Exude (Sanguine Fluid), Extravasation

Bleed (Draw Blood) - Exsanguinate, Percolate (Sanguine Fluid), Transude

Weaken (An Adversary) - Devitalize, Enervate, Debilitate

Disturbance - Bouleversement, Upheaval, Pandemonium

(Circulating) Around - Encompassing, Encircling, Ambient, Circumnavigating, Circumambient, Circumferential

Surrounding (An Adversary or Something) - Circumscribe, Encircling, Restrict

Through (Direct, *Slicing Through Easily*) - Unhindered, Copiously, Extravagantly, Facilely, Unobstructedly, Unstintingly

Through (Finish) - Concluding, Terminating, Culmination, Denouement, Cessation, Extirpation

Forcible Separation or Detachment - Avulsion, Evulsion, Elicitation

Separate Bones at the Joints - Dislocate, Disarticulate, Luxate

Crush - Pulverize, Suppress, Extinguish

Burst or Break Suddenly - Rupture, Fracture, Fragmentizing

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W I T H A L

Miscellaneous

Hello - Greetings, Salutations

Goodbye - Farewell, Adieu, Valedictory

Left - Sinistral, Sinister

Right - Dextral, Dexter

Beginning/Cause - Commencement, Initiation, Inception, Engender, Foment, Instigate

Slightly - Vaguely, Moderately, Faintly, Marginally, Imperceptibly

Lightly/Gently - Delicately, Airily, Tenderly, Faintly, Daintily, Ethereally, Breezily, Gingerly

Quickly - Instantaneously, Hastily, Rapidly, Swiftly, Promptly, Expeditiously, Blive

Slowly - Imperceptibly, Scarcely, Gradually, Leisurely, Unhurriedly

Freely, Easily - Unhindered, Effortlessly, Unobstructed, Readily, Liberally, Facilely

Completely - Diametrically, Wholly, Utterly, Altogether

Opposite - Diametrically, Opposing, Conflicting, Incompatible, Irreconcilable, Antithetical, Contradictory, Divergent, Dissimilar

Effect - Ramification, Consequence, Result

Sudden - Instantaneous, Precipitous, Precipitate, Abrupt

As - Whilst, Comparatively, Essentially, Similarly

And - Alongside, Furthermore, Including, Moreover

While - Albeit, Whilst, Although, Supposing

Although - Howbeit, Albeit, Notwithstanding

Equal - Commensurate, Equivalent, Corresponding, Correspondent, Proportionate

Between - Betwixt, Amid, Amidst

Cause - Engender, Generate, Arouse, Rouse, Provoke, Induce, Instigate, Foment, Beget

In Spite of - Notwithstanding, Nonetheless, Nevertheless

Be (Occur, Take Place) - Transpire, Materialize, Ensue, Betide

Do (Perform, Put into Action) - Effectuate, Execute

Scent – Fragrance, Essence, Aroma

Area - District, Region, Zone, Sector, Quarter, Precinct, Locality, Locale

Ground - Terrain, Terra Firma, Topography, Milieu

Rabbit - Oryctolagus Cuniculus, Hare

Mouse, Rat, Shrew - Rodent, Murine, Vermin, Soricidae

Bird - Fowl, Game, Aves

Fish - Oncorhynchus Gorbuscha

Tips/Examples & Links

Free chat compatible examples;

Xl Idiosyncratic Masculine Hound Bay'ed Transgressing Aerodynamics

Tape'ring Unguis Severing Jugular Alongside Carotid Obliterating Foe. Xl

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Xl Authoritative Masculine Canis Lupus Bellowed Skyrocketing Unto

Adversary Instantaneously Masticating Via Trachea Annihilating Foe. Xl

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Xl Effeminate Canine Ululated Pelage Horripilating Whilst Catapulting

Unto Rampillion Seizing Femur Within Maxilla Alongside Mandible

Instantaneously Dislocating Articulation Con'currently Rupturing

Femoral Artery Effectively Concluding Termination. Xl

Safe chat compatible examples;

Qq Dynamic Nefarious Masculine Canine Bellowed Ascending On Adversary

Cleaves Shredding Via Complex i on Alongside Cracking Skelton Fragment

Effortlessly Provoking Paroxysm Furthermore Ending Opponent. Qq

Typically when using advanced, you will want to capitalize every word, it gives off a more intimidating aspect and makes it seem more mature. I also don't use commas, I've found that it frees up space while also keep the sentence from breaking up. That's my own personal preference, but you will figure out your writing style in time and do whatever makes you feel comfortable! It's especially hard when you don't have free chat, so just test around with the words and don't be afraid to experiment a bit! Also, the way I have them broken up is each line is one full Animal Jam bubble, so it's easier to paste and use!

These are bland examples I threw together for anyone to use if they want. My own examples are much longer and more detailed than these. Except for the safe chat compatible one. That one took awhile to make.

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