Word of the Day – pusillanimous

Used in a speech last night I was listening to. I doubt half the audience even knew what it meant.

pusillanimous

pu?sil?lan?i?mous?(pys-ln-ms)
adj.

[Middle English?pusillanimus, from Late Latin?pusillanimis : Latin?pusillus,?weak, diminutive of?pullus,?young of an animal; see?pau-1 in Indo-European roots +animus,?reason, mind; see?an- in Indo-European roots.]

pusil?lani?mous?ly adv.

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