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Word of the Day 05/29/17 Holus-Bolus

Holus-Bolus (adverb)
holus-bolus [hoh-luh s-boh-luh s]


adverb
1. all at once; altogether.


Origin: 1840-50; mock-Latin rhyming compound based on phrase whole bolus. See whole, bolus

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