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Sunday Word: Monachopsis

mon·a·chop·sis [ˈmoʊnəˈkäpsĭs]:
origin: [1934] Sanskrit; Greek; monos= solitary, alone, or unique + opsis= like, appearance

An underlying and unremitting sense of not really belonging.

*Last Week's Word: Dacha & Zoopraxiscope
Tags: greek, m, noun, sanskrit, wordsmith: theidolhands

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