Vest-Pocket Vocabulary

Exi’tial, Exi’tious, a. destructive; fatal.

Word in the Wild: When people head into the forest for the first time, they’re often afraid of garter snakes even though they’re harmless and timid, yet few are afraid of the mushrooms they see despite the fact that many of them are exitial.

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1 Response to Exitial

  1. I like this word because it’s a euphemism. Death is an exit. Nice choice!

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