Here is a selection of words one is unlikely to use, even in writing. But having learned them, one can try! If there is a game to be played with rare and unusual words, a good one would to write the opening of a short story utilising some or all of the words below, in their correct context. It can be as ridiculous or as improbable as one likes.
Galeanthropy is the delusion that one has become a cat.
A gynotikolobomassophile is one who likes to nibble women’s earlobes.
Contrectation is fondling before lovemaking, or the act of caressing a woman, especially furtively and against her will.
Fartleberries refers to excrement clinging to the hairs around the anus.
Parthenology is the medical study of virgins and virginity.
Dwergmal is dwarf language.
Dasypygal is “possessing hairy buttocks”.
An espringal would be very useful were you laying siege to a walled city in the Middle Ages: it is a medieval stone throwing contraption.
Nothosonomia is the act of calling someone a bastard.
Omphaloskepsis is meditation while gazing at one’s navel.