Sesquipedalian Proverb

Sesquipedalian is someone who uses long words or complicated vocabulary.

Example: A Sesquipedalian Proverb:

A superabundance of talent skilled in the preparation of gastronomic concoctions will impair the quality of a certain potable solution made by immersing a gallinaceous bird in ebullient Adam’s ale.

too many cooks

Translation: Too many cooks spoil the broth

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Award winning advocate for the arts, heritage & culture; Fine Artist & Curator at StudionAme; Resources Manager for Leicester Arts, Museums, Festivals & Events; Founder & Curator of L.O.V.E. Art the Leicester Open Exhibition.
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