JOMO or jo·mo [ joh-moh ]
1. a feeling of contentment with one’s own pursuits and activities, without worrying over the possibility of missing out on what others may be doing: You can’t feel the good vibes of JOMO until you stop obsessing over everyone else’s Facebook postings.
See also FOMO.
Origin: First recorded in 2000–05; j(oy) o(f) m(issing) o(ut)
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The sons of Idi Amin, Daniel Arap Moi, and Jomo Kenyatta could not manage the power their fathers tried to give them.
DICTATORS' SONS, FROM EGYPT TO LIBYA, ARE DOOMED|STEPHEN KINZER|FEBRUARY 9, 2011|DAILY BEAST
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