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County Spelling Bee, Part 11

Across
Forgotten, run-down
Perpendicular to the plane of the horizon or to a primary axis; upright
A dense growth of shrubbery or small trees
A mathematical genius
Excessive, exaggerated, unrestrained
Qualities and traits someone gets from ancestors
A very hot powder made by drying and grinding the whole fruits or the seeds of several hot peppers
Excessive, exaggerated, unrestrained
Things that have a possibility for changing or developing into a state of reality
Or, relating to or suggestive of persons in ancient Rome who fought against other people or wild animals for the entertainment of the public
Of highest quality; exquisite
Animals belonging to a large class of invertebrates comprising the majority of the marine or freshwater arthropods and some terrestrial forms
To make widely known through speech or writing; announce
Brave, dashing and chivalrous
A European police officer, especially one from France
Expressed using few words and without unnecessary detail
To appear inviting; attract
Down
Approval and respect often blended with great liking because of worthy qualities
A sour liquid used a condiment or a preservative and is often seasoned especially with herbs
The durable yellowish brown to reddish brown wood of a West Indian tree that is widely used for cabinetwork and fine finish work
A name derived from that of the father or his ancestor usually by the addition of a prefix or suffix
Of or relating to what cannot be known except from experience
Unintentional
Easily damaged, broken or hurt
An acute infectious disease characterized by prolonged spasms of voluntary muscles and especially of the jaw muscles
Self-denying; austere
Having an assertive, hostile or combative nature; aggressive
The quality or state of being stubbornly unshakable
An act or instance of saying or pleading in protest or opposition
Infliction of punishment in return for an injury or offense
High spirits; enthusiasm
A French Protestant in the 16th and 17th centuries
A large group of players of musical instruments including typically strings and other instruments
A high landmass rising to form several peaks
A large, fierce baboon of western Africa with the male having blue ridges on each side of the red-bridge nose
To stand, sit or recline lazily; loaf