In the dictionary:
Intoxerated (adj.) [Ok, fine, it’s not in the dictionary; a girl can hope]: drunk.
Lucubrate (v.) [archaic]: to discourse learnedly in writing; to work by lamplight.
Ludology (n.): the study of games and gaming, especially video games.
“Game studies (or ‘ludology,’ as it’s known, from the Latin for ‘game’), has spawned a new class of academics who devote themselves to analyzing how the wildly popular form of entertainment tells stories — and what it reveals about how we express ourselves.”
Nick Wadhams, “Academics Turn Their Attention to Video Games,” USA Today, February 13, 2004
Words I learned reading Moby-Dick:
Bosky (adj.): wooded; covered by trees or bushes. (In Moby-Dick, “…men with bosky beards.”)
Squitchy (adj.): [definitions are varied, but generally convey distaste or discomfort.]
Bombazine (n.): a twilled dress fabric of worsted and silk or cotton.
Magniloquent (adj.): using high-flown or bombastic language.