Vest-Pocket Vocabulary

Jactita’tion, n. a tossing; restlessness; false pretense of marriage.

Word in the Wild: She couldn’t believe that digitally altering a few of her wedding photos to include Adam West’s face could have landed her in this much trouble. But after he accused Dolores of jactitation, she found herself exhausted by many nights filled with worry and jactitation.

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1 Response to Jactitation

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