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  • Writer's pictureMichael Sherer

Words of the Week – 11/25

The WSJ words of the week are:

poltroon, n., an utter coward.

megalithic, adj., relating to or denoting prehistoric monuments containing megaliths; massive or monolithic.

nihilism, n., the rejection of religious and morel principles; the belief that lie is meaningless.

evocation, n., the act of recalling or bringing to mind a memory, feeling or image.

redoubtable, adj., formidable; awe-inspiring.

relegate, v., move or dismiss to an inferior position; downgrade.

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