Lizet Elaine (simplyn2deep) wrote in 1_million_words,
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Word of the Day 10/26/18 Librate

Librate (verb)
librate [lahy-breyt]


verb (used without object), li·brat·ed, li·brat·ing.
1. to oscillate or move from side to side or between two points.
2. to remain poised or balanced.

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Origin: 1615–25; < Latin lībrātus past participle of lībrāre. to balance, make level, bring to equilibrium. See Libra, -ate

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