Idlewild

Idlewild

adj.
feeling grateful to be stranded in a place where you can’t do much of anything—sitting for hours at an airport gate, the sleeper car of a train, or the backseat of a van on a long road trip—which temporarily alleviates the burden of being able to do anything at any time and frees up your brain to do whatever it wants to do, even if it’s just to flicker your eyes across the passing landscape.

From Idlewild, the original name of John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City.

Treachery Of The Common

Funkenzwangsvorstellung

Funkenzwang-svorstellung

Aubadoir

Licotic

Jouska

Exulansis

Ne’er-Be-Gone

Occhiolism

The Til

Foreclearing

Trumspringa

Scabulous

La Cuna

Gobo

Ringlorn

Fitzcarraldo

Merrenness

Justing

Ringlorn

Elosy

Vellichor

Nyctous

Nowlings

Kairosclerosis

Incidental Contact High

Énouement

Latigo