Word of the Week – January 30, 2021

Pollicitation

Noun

Late Middle English

The action of promising; a promise; a document conveying a promise.  In civil law, a promise not yet formally accepted, and therefore in certain cases revocable.

Example: I love to hear whatever pollicitation our elected officials spit out during their campaigns.

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