Winnewaw

Winnewaw

n.
an unexpected burst of good news that only makes you skeptical, believing that every sudden rise in your fortunes must inevitably be accompanied by an impending fall, which leaves you feeling uneasy at the end of a really good day, waiting around for the punch line.

Middle English winne, joy + wawe, woe. Compare williwaw, a sudden blast of wind descending from the mountains to the sea. Pronounced “win-uh-waw.”

Mogging Folly

Rookish

Kadot

Nemotia

Karanoia

Boorance

Rialtoscuro

Ecsis

Aimonomia

Furosha

Starlorn

Grayshift

Evertheless

Achenia

Dystoria

Nilous

Wollah

Offtides

Pithered

Flashover

Offtides

Routwash

The Standard Blues

Loss Of Backing

Heartmoor

Suerza

Moledro