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#51
ple·o·nasm /ˈplēəˌnazəm/
noun

That definition of hyperbole was rather hyperbolic and exaggerated in it's definition of the word hyperbole.
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#52
krumm·holz /ˈkro͝omhōlts/
noun

Stunted windblown trees growing near the tree line on mountains. Also called elfinwood.
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#53
fecket /ˈfɛkɪt/
noun

(Scottish) A woolen undergarment with sleeves and a buttoned front.
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#54
Feck

Slang expletive employed as a minced oath to express disbelief, pain, anger, or contempt in a given situation.
Verb meaning 'to steal' (e.g., 'They had fecked cash out of the rector's room.'[2])[3]
Verb meaning in Irish slang 'to throw' (e.g., 'He's got no manners at all. I asked him nicely for the remote control, and he fecked it across the table at me.')
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#55
feck·less /ˈfekləs/
adjective

Lacking initiative or strength of character; irresponsible.

And so after an alliterative fecking, I fecklessly feck the fecking theme back to you.
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#56
Kinda cheating:

fecker    /ˈfɛkə/
NOUN

Irish English slang 
1. An undesirable, obnoxious, or contemptible person;
2. Something regarded as a source of annoyance or frustration.
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