The following is a list of the Bookcraft word of the episodes and their meaning. 

  1. Persnickety ~ fussy
  2. Duplicitous ~ deceitful
  3. Supercilious ~ behaving or looking as though one thinks one is superior to others
  4. Serendipitous ~ occurring or discovered by chance in a happy or beneficial way
  5. Kerfuffle ~ a commotion or fuss, especially one caused by conflicting views
  6. Balustrade ~ a railing supported by balusters, especially an ornamental parapet on a balcony, bridge, or terrace
  7. Jettison ~ throw or drop (something) from an aircraft or ship
  8. Bivouac ~ a temporary camp without tents or cover, used especially by soldiers or mountaineers
  9. Mezzanine ~ a low story between two others in a building, typically between the ground and first floors
  10. Cupola ~ a small dome on a drum on top of a larger dome, adorning a roof or ceiling
  11. Postillion ~ a person who rides the leading left-hand horse of a team or pair drawing a coach or carriage, especially when there is no coachman
  12. Genuflect ~ lower one's body briefly by bending one knee to the ground, typically in worship or as a sign of respect
  13. Voracious ~ wanting or devouring great quantities of food
  14. Melancholy ~ a feeling of pensive sadness, typically with no obvious cause
  15. Giddy ~ having a sensation of whirling and a tendency to fall or stagger; dizzy
  16. Sesquipedalian ~ characterized by long words; long-winded
  17. Loquacious ~ tending to talk a great deal; talkative
  18. Pluvial ~ a period marked by increased rainfall
  19. Glister ~ sparkle; glitter
  20. Mollycoddle ~ treat (someone) very indulgently or protectively
  21. Bibliophile ~ a person who collects or has a great love of books:)
  22. Copious ~ abundant in supply or quantity
  23. Discombobulate ~ disconcert or confuse (someone)
  24. Lollygag ~ spend time aimlessly; idle
  25. Cahoots ~ colluding or conspiring together secretly
  26. Skedaddle ~ depart quickly or hurriedly; run away
  27. Spectacle ~ a visually striking performance or display
  28. Rambunctious ~ uncontrollably exuberant; boisterous
  29. Plethora ~ a large or excessive amount of (something)
  30. Cacophony ~ a harsh, discordant mixture of sounds
  31. Caterwaul ~ (of a cat) make a shrill howling or wailing noise
  32. Canoodle ~ kiss and cuddle amorously
  33. Harebrained ~ rash; ill-judged
  34. Flummox ~ perplex (someone) greatly; bewilder
  35. Gluttonous ~ excessively greedy
  36. Salutation ~ a gesture or utterance made as a greeting or acknowledgment of another's arrival or departure
  37. Spinnerets ~ any of a number of different organs through which the silk, gossamer, or thread of spiders, silkworms, and certain other insects is produced
  38. Hoodoo ~ 1. voodoo; witchcraft 2. a column or pinnacle of weathered rock.
  39. Euphoria ~ a feeling or state of intense excitement and happiness
  40. Languish ~ (of a person or other living thing) lose or lack vitality; grow weak or feeble
  41. Slew ~ a violent or uncontrollable sliding movement
  42. Exasperation ~ a feeling of intense irritation or annoyance
  43. Painstaking ~ done with or employing great care and thoroughness
  44. Tattered ~ old and torn; in poor condition
  45. Frenzied ~ wildly excited or uncontrolled
  46. Linoleum ~ a material consisting of a canvas backing thickly coated with a preparation of linseed oil and powdered cork, used especially as a floor covering
  47. Mongrel ~ a dog of no definable type or breed
  48. Ravenous ~ extremely hungry
  49. Seething ~ 1.(of a liquid) bubble up as a result of being boiled 2.(of a person) be filled with intense but unexpressed anger
  50. Folly ~ lack of good sense; foolishness
  51. Trifle ~ a thing of little value or importance
  52. Fawning ~ displaying exaggerated flattery or affection; obsequious
  53. Brackish ~ (of water) slightly salty, as is the mixture of river water and seawater in estuaries
  54. Gnarled ~ knobbly, rough, and twisted, especially with age
  55. Skittering ~ move lightly and quickly or hurriedly
  56. Shrilly ~ having or emitting a sharp high-pitched tone or sound
  57. Demoralizing ~ cause (someone) to lose confidence or hope; dispirit
  58. Lope ~ run or move with a long bounding stride
  59. Nimble ~ quick and light in movement or action; agile
  60. Withers ~ the highest part of a horse's back, lying at the base of the neck above the shoulders. The height of a horse is measured to the withers
  61. Bucolic ~ of or relating to the pleasant aspects of the countryside and country life
  62. Parley ~ a conference between opposing sides in a dispute, especially a discussion of terms for an armistice
  63. Shirk ~ avoid or neglect (a duty or responsibility)
  64. Ponder ~ think about (something) carefully, especially before making a decision or reaching a conclusion
  65. Headland ~ a narrow piece of land that projects from a coastline into the sea
  66. Cormorant ~ a large diving bird with a long neck, long hooked bill, short legs, and mainly dark plumage. It typically breeds on coastal cliffs and is noted for its voracious appetite
  67. Dickensian ~ of or reminiscent of the novels of Charles Dickens, especially in suggesting the poor social conditions or comically repulsive characters that they portray
  68. Facetious ~ treating serious issues with deliberately inappropriate humor; flippant
  69. Penitence ~ the action of feeling or showing sorrow and regret for having done wrong