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Audible
Loud Enough to be heard
Has to do with sound
Ambidextrous
Able to use both hands with equal ease
Ambi = Both
Congenital
In existence at birth
ConGENITAL, boy, birth
Perpetual
Continuos or everlasting
Perpetual motion, PerPETUAL and CaraSUAL
Carasals have perpetual motion
Expunge
To remove completely
Sponge
Volition
Desire, choice, or will
He robbed the bank out of his own volition
Feral
Wild, savage, or animalistic
Feral and peril
Brevity
The state of being brief
A brevity breath
Hypocrites
People who pretend to be someone they are not, or say something and do something else
Brothers, Parents, everyone
Remorse
feeling of regret or guilt over one's actions
R
Industry
Work or productivity
Factory Industry
Notoriety
Fame, Usually for something negative
Notorious B.I.G.
Nondescript
Dull, or having no interesting qualities
White Room
Forest Primeval
A forest that has been primarily untouched by man
Adrianna
Connived
Secretly cooperated or agreed to
Mafia
Impudent
Bold or Rude
people say that British people are impudent because of their bad teeth
Cynical
Antisocial, unfriendly expecting the worst
Socially Crazy
Adamant
Firm or insistent
Adam the Ant has an adamant voice while singing
Corroborating
Supporting with evidence
Chris Rock
Recluse
Someone who stays away from society and the company of the others
Boo