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Sunday Word: Funambulist

Fu·nam·bu·list (fjuːˈnæmbjʊlɪst):
origin: Latin fūnambulus "rope dancer", from fūnis rope + ambulāre to walk

Tightrope walker.

I'm sure with how busy life can be, we all have times when we feel like funambulists!

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