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Word of the Day 09/16/19 Operose

Operose (adjective)
operose [ op-uh-rohs ]


adjective
1. industrious, as a person.
2. done with our involving much labor.

RELATED FORMS
op·er·ose·ly, adverb
op·er·ose·ness, noun

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Origin: 1660–70; < Latin operosus busy, active, equivalent to oper- (stem of opus) work + -osus -ose

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