#WordOfTheDay – This is what ‘Finifugal’ means

Hey there, Sparkle Writers. It’s time for Word of The Day. Today’s word is ‘Finifugal#. Can you guess what it means? 

Finifugal is an adjective used to describe someone who hates endings or someone who tries to avoid or prolong the final moment of a story, relationship, or some other journey 

Here’s how to this word in a sentence;

  • As a writer, one cannot afford to be finifugal. Every story must come to an end.
  • Hopeless romantics tend to be finifugal.

Find ways to use this word in a sentence this week. See you next week when we will have a new word for you.


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