Word of the Day!

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Hope everyone is enjoying your Sunday! Here’s your word of the day…

Sisyphean
[ sis-uh-FEE-uhn ]
Definition: endless and unavailing, as labor or a task.
– adjective
endless and unavailing, as labor or a task.
of or pertaining to Sisyphus.

Examples:
Alongside the futile Sisyphean trials of his fellow men, the song of suicide could only beckon. But again, he said no.
– Claire Messud, The Last Life , 2000
Making himself useful as always, he took upon himself the Sisyphean task of keeping all those Modernist surfaces sparkling.
– Jeffrey Eugenides, Middlesex , 2002

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