Dolonia

Dolonia

n.
a state of unease prompted by people who seem to like you too much, which makes you wonder if they must have you confused with someone else—someone flawless, selfless, or easy to understand from a distance —feeling vaguely disappointed that they’re unwilling to spend the time it takes getting to know the real you.

Ancient Greek εἴδωλον (eídōlon), a phantom image of an ideal form. Pronounced “duh-loh-nee- uh.”

Mornden

Semaphorism

Los Vidados

Ochisia

Incidental Contact High

On Tenderhooks

Ecstatic Shock

Hanker Sore

The Mcfly Effect

Querinous

Dorgone

Skidding

Rivener

Dolonia

Redesis

Hubilance

The Kinder Surprise

Drisson

Los Vidados

Nowlings

Present-Tense

Fardle-Din

O’Erpine

Archimony

Lyssamania

Wytai

Wildred