1. Krista Meyermann. Acuity: (n.) sharpness (particularly of the mind or senses)
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The elderly man's reflexes lacked acuity, resulting in a minor fender bender.

2. Domenica Dowling. Delineate: (v.) to portray. sketch, or describe in accurate and vivid detail; to represent pictorially.
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A great artist will always delineate their drawings to the finest details.

2. Drew Deiling. Delineate (v.) to portray or describe vividly and precisely


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The charades player must delineate his word as accurate as possible without speaking.
3. Devin Dromgoole. Depraved: (adj) marked by evil or corruption; deviod of moral principle
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Many people would consider the "Saw" movies depraved.



4. Anthony Caputi. Enervate: (v.) to weaken or lessen the mental, moral, or physical vigor of
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The football player enervated the opponent in order to help his team.

5. Sarah White. Esoteric (adj.) intended or understood by only a select few; private, secret

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Santana used to be an open individual, but became very esoteric when she came to realize her sexuality.


6. Julie Millisky. Fecund- (adjective) capable of producing a large amount of offspring, teeming ; intellectually creative and productive
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Kate Gosling is obviously fecund if she can have eight kids.




7. Katie Hogan. Fiat: (n.) an arbitrary order, command, or decree
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Professor Umbridge instituted several fiats that constricted the students of Hogwarts.



8.) Alicia Darcy. Figment: (n.) a delusion or creation of the mind
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The big purple dinosaur I thought was chasing me was actually just a figment of my imagination.


8. Monica Emma. Figment: (n.) the product of ones mental fabrication or invention.
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Although Squidward thought his fantasy of driving the cardboard box was just a figment of his imagination, it turned out to actually be moving.

9.) Sam Cyliax. Garner: (v.) to gain as the result of effort, to obtain and store for use in the future.

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Before every winter, a squirrel will garner enough nuts to last him though the season.

9. Christine Miller. Mundane: (adj.) ordinary or routine














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Facebook had become very mundane and that is why i prefer Tumblr.


10.) Joe Kasprack. Hallow: (v.) to set apart as holy or sacred, sanctify, consecrate; to honor greatly, revere

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The Deathly Hallows were hallowed by all who knew about and believed in them since they were some of the most powerful objects in the world.

11.) Steve Piccolo. Idiosyncrasy: (n.) A mode of behavior or way of thought peculiar to an individual
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Spring board jump gone wrong


Unfortunately, it has become an idiosyncrasy of mine to include a GIF with all of my entries from now on.


12.) Ramil Erasmo. Ignominy: (n.) shame and disgrace


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The wild pitch left the acclaimed player in a state of ignominy.

12. Kelsey Tannock-Ignominy (n) great humiliation or disgrace
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Even when bawling in public, Taylor Swift manages to avoid ignominy, whereas I do not.
13) Richard Schiavone - Mundane (adj) earthly, worldly; concerned with what is ordinary, routine
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Squidward was so bored of his mundane job that he wore an "I Really Wish I Weren't Here Right Now" button.

14. Joseph Connell. Nuance(n) a subtle or slight variation, a delicate gradation or shade of difference

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When I went to my aunt's house the only thing i could think of was the nuance in the furniture.



14. Lucy Lescota. (n.) a subtle or slight variation - as in color, meaning, or quality - delicate gradation or shade of difference

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In nature, it is not uncommon to see nuances in scenery.



15. Taylor Draham. overweening(adj) conceited, presumptuous; excessive, immoderate.
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Regina George from Mean Girls was overweening.


16. David Basile penchant: (n.) a strong attraction or inclination
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Magnets of opposite poles are penchant to each other.
17.) Amanda Hamilton. Reputed: (adj). according to reputation, supposed, alleged.

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The four lovely men in the picture above were all in a huge movie about the mob and have reputedly been linked to an organized crime family.
18.) Dana Schules. Sophistry: (n.) reasoning that seems plausible but is actually unsound; a fallacy
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Unferth's clever sophistry almost convinced the Dane population to not put their fate in the hands of a heroic Geat, but Beowulf proved his gallant stories to be true.


18. Sara Sharp. Sophistry: (n.) reasoning that seems plausible but is actually unsound.
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Daniel tried to use sophistry to get himself out of the situation but it just got him in more trouble.


19.) Pat Nelson. Sumptuous: (adj.) costly, rich, magnificent
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The sumptuous stadium that the Yankees built will not help them beat the Phillies this year.

19.) Brenna Koehler. Sumptuous: (adj.) lavish
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On the red carpet, celebrities always were sumptuous outfits.


20.) Anthony DeAngelis. Ubiquitous: (adj.) existing or being everywhere.
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On the verdant hills of New Zealand, sheep seem to be ubiquitous.
20.) Scott Nickelsberg. ubiquitous: (adj.) present or existing everywhere
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The ubiquitous agency is always watching.


4.Taylor Schmidt. Eneverate: (v.) to weaken or damage the mental, moral, or physical energy of something;
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The runner's leg was eneverated after falling in the long jump, preventing him from finishing the competition.