These words are 'too beautiful to live long, too amusing to be taken seriously and too precise to be common'. In other words, words you need to start using now.
The quote is from Time's article on Mark Forsyth's new book, Horologicon, which looks at forgotten words throughout one day. (Yes, one for every hour!)
Here are our favourite 10. Read the book for more.
A Wheady mile
The last mile of a journey which goes on forever
To lay a bottle on its side for some time so that it may be completely drained of the few drops remaining
A fast or furious driver
To hold a meeting while walking
To run with an affected haste
A dishonest man who holds public office
To look amorously after someone
Anxiety experienced just before dawn