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Sunday Word: Lapsarian

lap·sa·ri·an [læpˈsɛərɪən]:
origin: Latin; lapsus= "fall" +‎ -arian= “believer" or "advocate”. English; lapse= "to slip".

Of or pertaining to "The Fall of Man", as encapsulated in the tale of Adam & Eve in the Garden of Eden (Judeo-Christian bible); a fall from grace or innocence.
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