Word of the Week – October 3, 2020


Part of speech: noun

Origin: Latin, mid-17th century

A figure of speech by which an impossible (or highly unlikely) situation is used for emphasis; an instance of this.

Example: “All of us with at least half a brain knew the debate was just pure adynaton, but we also know it was nothing but a shit show!”

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