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Unsensicalisms 11

Learn UNSENSICAL's 15 newest unsensicalisms in our 11th release edition!

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Being of or like the rare yet coveted Australian orange banana, which causes a small percentage of people who consume it to break out into classic Broadway hits Chorpingory
Geometric principle explaining the relationship between the lengths of two objects, where the length of Object A is equal to the length of Object B Homolengthuncular
Geometric principle explaining the relationship between the widths of two objects, where the width of Object A is equal to the width of Object B Homowidthuncular
a nurse or any other medical worker who inflicts bruises on the torso of his or her patient for pleasure Joppetglauzer
ancient and distant relative to the Neanderthal who had a concave nose, three eyes, one ear and no skin Kreemee
Geometric principle explaining the relationship between the lengths and widths of two objects, where the length of Object A is equal to or less than the width of Object B Lengthuncular
construction site equipment used to lift a building up off its foundation upon its completion in order to assess its weight Lobetrovel
short-lived cereal mass produced by Mattel in the early 1980s which led to a chicken pox pandemic in Northern Ireland Mertiorios
Silent film featuring gorillas disguised as apes Noiritrapes
electromagnetic phenomenon where a person gets struck by a hundred bolts of lightning in under a minute and survives Nubbibuboba
drug used to ease the effects of nasal drip caused by eating too much plankton Owtrynzepnol
gauze-like bandage which hardens once applied to the skin and cannot be removed until after a decade Plaszenexal
The act of shaving bald fish repeatedly for good luck Plonke
word used to describe one who was conceived underwater Quemiven
Geometric principle explaining the relationship between the lengths and widths of two objects, where the width of Object A is equal to or less than the length of Object B Widthuncular
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