Word of the Day: OBSERATE

ETYMOLOGY
from. Latin obserat-, past participial stem of obserare (to bolt),
from ob- + sera (bolt)

EXAMPLE
“…he commenced to supparasite the juratory bevy relative to their noetical habilitation to sarse Fritz’s maleficence, and adjudicate to ablegate him to a lobspound, and have him there immured and securely obserated…”

From: Frontier Experience
Or Epistolary Sesquipedalian Lexiphanicism from the Occident
by J.E.L. Seneker, 1906

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