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forbidden [Tane] not allowed by law or rule
extinct [Dylan H] no longer in existence (like a species) or inactive (like a volcano)
masticate [Matt] to chew, usually in a scientific or medical setting
hellion [Colby] a rowdy, trouble making person, usually a younger person
aberration [Elijah] a characteristic that deviates from the normal type, usually in genetic coding, behavior or a break in a an established pattern
brandish [Courtland] to wave around threateningly, usually a weapon
crude [Brenden] unrefined or raw, usually in terms of natural resources like oil, humor or in skills like drawing or writing
rouge [Bryce] red lipstick or blusher, to redden with cosmetics
jerboa [Dylan T.] cute little kangaroo mous with massive ears that lives in the desert
cornucopia [Brandon] the horn of plenty from Thanksgiving or a massive amount of variables
formication [Joe] the unpleasant hallucination of insects crawling under the skin. EDITORIAL NOTE: "FOURMIS" = "ANTS" IN FRENCH!!!!!
Created by: lfineman