Dystoria

Dystoria

n.
a feeling of irrelevance from the broader forces of history; the sense that your life has no relationship to any great mission, no generational hardship, not even an enemy—feeling as harmless as a droplet skittering down a window, that could’ve just as easily taken part in a tidal wave.

Latin dys-, bad + historia, history. Pronounced “dis-toh-ree-uh.”

Tornomov

Mogging Folly

Irrition

Rialtoscuro

Kadot

Dystoria

Ironsick

Suerza

Aponemia

Future-Tense

Boorance

Grayshift

Rookish

Adomania

Caucic

Ellipsism

Elosy

Beloiter

Latigo

The Wends

Endzoned

Lackout

On Tenderhooks

Ecury

Nemotia

Wollah

Trumspringa