Word of the Week: Desultory

DEH-sul-tor-ee, adjective

Definition: Lacking a plan, purpose, or enthusiasm. Occurring randomly or occasionally. Conversationally, constantly moving from one subject to another, half-heartedly.

Example in my recent writings: Iro did not want to be or be seen as desultory — she always had to have a plan.

What are some ways you will use this word in the future?

Thanks for reading, as always!



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