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Word of the Day – 29 April 2011

Posted by ccasc on April 28, 2011

Feckless
[fek-lis] (adj.) having no sense of responsibility; indifferent; lazy.

* From the 1590s, from feck, meaning “effect, value, vigor”

“I always do my best work, so as not to be labeled feckless.”

~brought to you by Dr. Rapoport’s former Reading 110 student, Courtney Pendergrass

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