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BR Lexicon
Well, we all know how smart the world's greatest punk band is. This lexicon should prove it! Herein lies most of the big words found in the lyrics of just about every Bad Religion song. Some words might not be so obscure to you, but when in doubt, we threw it in anyway. There should be something here for everybody. Enjoy!

Many thanks to Eric Legault!

Currently the lexicon contains 561 words.
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Haggard
Appearing worn and exhausted
- Greg Graffin
- Greg Graffin
Halcyon
Peaceful, gentle, calm
- Greg Graffin
Hedonistically
As one who practices hedonism (being devoted to pleasure as a way of life)
- Jay Bentley
Heed
1. Attention; notice; observation; regard; -- often with give or take
2. Careful consideration; obedient regard
3. A look or expression of heading
- Brett Gurewitz
- Greg Graffin
- Greg Graffin
- Brett Gurewitz
- Greg Graffin
- Brett Gurewitz
Horatio Alger
A prolific 19th-century American author whose principal output was formulaic juvenile novels. Many of Alger's works have been described as rags to riches stories, illustrating how down-and-out boys might be able to achieve the American Dream of wealth and success through hard work, courage, determination, and concern for others. He attended Harvard University at the age of 16. He worked at a Unitarian church after graduating and got caught in a pederastic scandal with two teenage boys. He then resigned. His writing never got him rich and all the money he made went to homeless and underpriveleged boys.
- Brett Gurewitz
Horde
Throng, swarm
- Brett Gurewitz
Huddled
1. crowded together
2. privately holding a conference
- Brett Gurewitz
Hybrid
1. the offspring of two animals or plants of different breed or species
2. anything derived from mixed sources
- Greg Graffin
Hypocrite
A person given to hypocrisy (a pretense of having publicly approved attitudes, beliefs or principles that one does not possess)
- Brett Gurewitz
- Brett Gurewitz
- Greg Graffin, Brett Gurewitz
Hypotheses
A tentative explanation for an observation, phenomenon, or scientific problem that can be tested by further investigation.
- Greg Graffin
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