Suente

Suente

n.
the state of being so familiar with someone that you can be in a room with them without thinking, without holding anything back, or without having to say a word—to the extent that you have to remind yourself that they’re a different being entirely, that brushing hair away from their eyes won’t help you see any better.

Southwest English dialect suent, easy, peaceful, smooth. Pronounced “soo-ent-ey.”

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

Etterath

Énouement

Dorgone

Hanker Sore

Winnewaw

Innity

Apolytus

Semaphorism

Ecury