Word of the Day – Menstruum

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Starting this week off on a great note is a word which has its roots in Latin.

Menstruum

n. A solvent.

Usage: “But Ikey was timid, and his hopes remained insoluble in the menstruum of his backwardness and fears.”
O. Henry; The Best Short Stories of O. Henry; Modern Library; 1994.

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