Trel (trellia_chan) wrote in 1word1day,
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Wednesday word: quondam

quondam: [kwon-duh m] or [kwon-dam]

adjective: Former, onetime, of an earlier time.

"She spotted her quondam lover among the party guests."

Origin: Latin, First known use, 1539.
Tags: adjective, latin, q, wordsmith: trellia_chan
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