This is clearly subjective, but some words really sound like the thing they describe (personal favorites: puffin; bulbous; fidgeting). Do you have an example of such a word (or, alternatively, of a word that sounds like the exact opposite of what it refers to)? What do you think creates this effect?
I would like to have enough knowledge of the English Language to answer to this Prompt with some sense.
I love the sound of a lot of words but, being a foreigner, I don’t dare to pick one and elaborate the reasons of my choice. I like how it sounds thunder, for instance. But I’m sure that if I had a broader vocabulary, I’d found better words with the right sound.
So, since I can’t answer to this prompt seriously I’ll switch to fantasy and I’ll choose a very good sounding word: “supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” which is fair game because it has been added to the Oxford English Dictionary as a nonsense word that means fantastic. It also means, according to the Mary Poppins film, “something to say when you have nothing to say”, which is my case today.