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Sehnsucht

Sehn·sucht (ˈzeːnzʊxt) or (sane-zookt):
origin: German; from "das Sehnen" = yearning & "die Sucht" addiction

noun
Popularized by C.S. Lewis to mean: an insatiable yearning for we know not what.



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