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People may hate you for being different and for not living by society’s standards, but deep down they wish they had the courage to do the same.

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Verb: Repugn  (rih-PYOON) Definition: To contend against: oppose. Sample sentence: About 450 students signed a petition to repugn the school board’s decision to fire a popular teacher.

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The summer season has ended in a family tradition for the past few years of going to Minneapolis for a weekend.  Usually the Tigers are in town around that time, and we can finagle a few tickets out of it.  My parents wanted to do it up a bit more this year, so the two […]

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Only those who will risk going to far can possibly find out how far one can go.

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Before the reward, there must be labor. You plant before you harvest. You sow in tears before you reap joy.

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Verb: Purfle  (PER-ful) Definition: To ornament the border or edges of. Sample sentence: The guitar maker used abalone shell to purfle the instrument.

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Adjective: Operose  (AH-poh-rohss) Definition: Tedious, wearisome. Sample sentence: The operose volume offers up considerably more verbiage than useful information.

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Obstacles are put in your way to see if what you want is really worth fighting for.

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No one has the right to judge you, because no one really knows what you have been through. They might have heard stories, but they didn’t feel what you felt in your heart.

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Adjective: Pulchirtudinous  (puhl-kri-TOOD-n-uhs) Definition: Physically beautiful; comely. Sample sentence: Conner was such a pulchirtudinous baby that his grandmother could hardly take her eyes off of him.

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