Word of the Day

Word of the Day: Panurgic
 
Pronunciation: /panˈəːdʒɪk/
 
Definition: (adjective)
 
1) able or ready to do anything
2) skilled in all kinds of work
 
Etymology: Late 19th century; earliest use found in John Morley (1838–1923), politician and writer. From ancient Greek πανοῦργος ready to do anything, knavish + -ic, perhaps after Panurgic.
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