Equipment or accessories
accoutrements
Easily angered
choleric
To perturb or fluster
disconcert
To summon or cause to assemble
convene
Of dubious authenticity or origin
apocryphal
The history of a word
etimology
Marked by the absence of good luck;unfortunate
hapless
To ooze out or emit
exude
Relating to usefulness rather than beauty
utilitarian
The condition of being lost in thought
reverie
An overabundant supply; an excess
surfeit
One who tells stories with skill and wit
ranconteur
Contributing to general well-being
therapeutic
Sociable; concerned with good company and festivities
convivial
To satisfy
assuage