Fitching

Fitching

v. intr.
compulsively turning away from works of art you find frustratingly, nauseatingly good—wanting to shut off the film and leave the theater, or devour a book only in maddening little chunks—because it resonates at precisely the right frequency to rattle you to your core, which makes it mildly uncomfortable to be yourself.

From bitching, markedly good + fitch, the European polecat, an animal that often cripples its prey by piercing its brain with its teeth, before storing it alive in its burrow to return and eat sometime later.

Agnosthesia

Altschmerz

Loss Of Backing

Keep

Maugry

1202

Heartspur

Aesthosis

Wellium

Punt Kick

Manusia

Apolytus

Indosentia

Endzoned

Liberosis

Proluctance

Vaucasy

Ioia

Anthrodynia

Wellium

Covalent Bond

Attriage

Lookaback

Skidding

Etherness

Daguerreologue

Daguer-reologue

Mithenness