Here's the first word.
I picked this up at Pashmina, the Grammatical Puss, who was talking about a cracking line of David Strathairn's in the splendid Good Night, and Good Luck
I have searched my conscience and my filesZeugma is
A general term describing when one part of speech (most often the main verb, but sometimes a noun) governs two or more other parts of a sentence (often in a series).So, now you know.
Here's the second word.
Zugwang describes a situation when someone can only make things worse by moving.
I picked this up from Ronan Bennett's short story in the Observer and also from saturday's CSI: New York, season 2 episode 204, Corporate Warriors.
Now try and use each word in a sentence.