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The obscure word of the week is fatigation

July 9, 2016

~ This is how I feel during most of the summer months from my Myasthenia Gravis. My sentence is: Fatigation is common during the hot summer months with those who have Myasthenia Gravis.

Matthew Wright

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There are over a million individual words in English. One of the more obscure is fatigation.

It has nothing to do with a process of weight gain – it means ‘the act of fatiguing’ and apparently dates to the early sixteenth century.

Your challenge? Use today’s obscure word in a sentence, down in the comments.

Copyright © Matthew Wright 2016

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