It has a really generic usage to make me sound like I am not sure about what I'm talking about, I like to use it to expand my speech, or something. <- Just like that. If there is a thing that I don't know what to call, I'll call it a "something". Easy.
Actually it's Baldenfreude, but this website didn't let me choose it because it's not even a real word! That's the exact reason I dislike it. It gets quoted sometimes as one of the most challenging words in the English language, but it is just a portmanteau of Bald and Schadenfreude, and was created by some New York Times columnist. Grinds my gears just a little.