cumbrousadjective Cumbersome; Unwieldy or slow-moving because of heaviness and bulk.
empyreannoun, adjective Of unearthly, celestial light and fire; Burning of a heavenly blaze. The Empyrean is the highest heaven in ancient Christian cosmology, occupied by fire or aether. From Ancient Greek empyros, “in or on the fire (pyr)”.
sedulousadjective Diligent in application or pursuit; Involving or accomplished with careful perseverance. From Latin sedolo, “sincere; without deception or guile”.
spleneticadjective Given to melancholy; Marked by bad temper, malevolence, or spite. From the theory of four humours, which holds that black bile, the melancholic humour, is stored in the spleen.
stentorianadjective Describes a voice that is loud, powerful, booming, suitable for giving speeches to large crowds. From the character of Stentor, the herald of the Greek forces in the Iliad.