May 17 Word of the Day
Briefly, "the realization that each random passerby is living a life as vivid and complex as your own." Originally from the Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows, which has a lot more beautiful neologism definitions like this you might enjoy.
I felt deep sonder thinking about the all the people who looked up this word along with me.
by rednos January 10, 2013
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In the 2000s, when used in a lawyer-created public apology, a word that demonstrates that the person concerned (eg. a sportsperson) knew their actions would be wrong before they acted, do not regret their actions for one second since, and are annoyed they got caught out and are forced to make a public apology to keep their career going.

When used by another authority such as their coach, using 'unacceptable' implies the latter is also annoyed that the former got caught out, is forced to make a public apology and that the mud sticks to the authority by association.
I realise my use of performance-enhancing drugs to allow me to win games was unacceptable. I would like to unreservedly apologize to the public, my team and my sponsors, for my actions.
by Totally Aus-some January 28, 2016
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