Word of the Day: LACHRYMABUND

from Latin lacrimābundus (weeping, in tears),
from lacrimāre (to shed tears) + -bundus

“…that I must soon inevitably succumb, unless you most charitably applicate the balsamic lenitives of complyance to your most agonized,
and lachrymabund slave,

From: The Adventures of Jerry Buck
By John Slade, 1754

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