But any dictionary offers unexpected and interesting words, and Liddell and Scott offered
Saki wrote a short story, "The Feast of Nemesis", the feast in this form being imagined by Clovis on the grounds that
There is no outlet for demonstrating your feelings towards people whom you simply loathe. That is really the crying need of our modern civilization.I don't know that this is quite the crying need it may have been in the years before 1914. For that matter, very little in Saki's writings suggests any repression of such feelings towards those loathed, thought dull, or simply in the way as targets of opportunity.
Wikipedia, by the way, entry "Németh", says "literally Slavic for "he does not speak" (i.e., not a Slavic language)."