Welcome back to my ongoing series called Seth Godin’s Word of the Day. You see, Seth Godin will, on a lot of occasions, drop a word in his daily blog posts. What defines a heavy word, you ask?
Not sure really.
I guess it’s a word that, when I read it, sounds like an “above average” use of the English language. Which trust me, if it’s a word that I take the time to write about, then Seth really came up with a good one.
Anyway, it’s been a couple of days since I last covered the Seth Godin Word of the Day because, frankly, there hasn’t been any big words used. I mean, what good would it be covering a word that isn’t impressive – to me at least?
But today Seth Godin showed up and gave us a great word to cover.
Seth Godin’s word of the day: Ellipsis
Sentence used in Seth’s post: The ellipsis hides the most important part of this sentence: “I’m under a lot of pressure from myself.”
Definition of Ellipsis:
2. A set of dots indicating such an omission.
You can read Seth’s entire post from today here.
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