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Friday word: Phrontistery

phrontistery
noun phron·tis·tery \ˈfräntəˌsterē\

plural

: a place for thinking or study

Etymology:

Greek phrontistērion, from phrontistēs philosopher, deep thinker, person with intellectual pretensions, from phrontizein to reflect, take thought, from phrontid-, phrontis reflection, thought; akin to Greek phren-, phrēn diaphragm, mind
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