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    Word List
     
    1) VERNACULAR
    2) RAPSCALLION
    3) RETICULE
    4) TALLOW
    5) AFFIX
    6) INGENUITY
    7) NUMSKULL
    8) ORNERY
    9) INGOT
    10) STANCHION
    11) FRIVOLOUS
    12) GAUDY
    Definition List
     
    A)  to attach to something else: fasten (verb)
    B)  of little importance: trivial; undeserving of serious attention (adj.)
    C)  garish and tastelessly decorated; very lavish or showy (adj.)
    D)  skill or cleverness that allows someone to solve problems; inventiveness (noun)
    E)  solid piece of metal formed into a shape easy to handle or store (noun)
    F)  a foolish, stupid person (noun)
    G)  with a touchy and self-willed disposition easily annoyed or angered (adj.)
    H)  rascal, scamp (noun)
    I)  a drawstring bag used by a woman as a carry-all (noun)
    J)  a strong upright pole, post, bar or support; a device that fits around an animal's neck to limit motion, as in a stall (noun)
    K)  white fat from cattle or sheep used mainly for candles, margarine, lubricants and soap (noun)
    L)  the language of ordinary speech, not formal writing (adj.)