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aberration
a departure or deviation from the norm
(abnormality)
abjure
to give up, renounce
(dump)
abstemious
moderate, temperate, especially in eating and drinking
(doing in moderation)
acme
the highest point, the peak
(top)
adjure
to command solemnly, often under oath, to entreat or appeal to
(order)
brobdingnagian
giant
(big)
candor
fairness, honesty, or frankness
(openness)
coeval
all of the same age or period, contemporary
(at the same time)
hackneyed
overused or trite
(too common)
halcyon
happy, tranquil, or idyllic
(calm)
inundate
to flood or deluge, to overwhelm with a great amount of anything
(overdo it)
noisome
having a bad odor, foul-smelling, injurious to th ehealth, harmful
(stinky)
noxious
injurious, harmful to the health, or unwholesome
(bad for you)
peregrinate
to travel or walk
(wander around)
perfunctory
done merely as form or routine, superficial
(automatic, routine)
prolific
fruitful, aboounding, producing many/much
(giving much)
salubrious
healthful, wholesome
(good for you)
serendipity
luck or good fortune, especially in finding something accidentally
(luck)
superfluous
surplus excessive
turpitude
vileness, depravity
(evil)