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Word of the Day 02/23/18 Sisyphean

Sisyphean (adjective)
Sisyphean [sis-uh-fee-uh n]


adjective
1. of or relating to Sisyphus.
2. endless and unavailing, as labor or a task.



Origin: 1625-35; < Greek Sīsýphe(ios) (Sī́syph(os) Sisyphus + -eios adj. suffix) + -an

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