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Word of the Day: Stragedy

strag·e·dy [stra-jed-ee]

  1. A carefully devised plan of action to achieve a goal which leads to a tragic conclusion. Often implemented quickly, with great cheer and rejoicing.
  2. The adaptation important to de-evolutionary success: a term that is often associated with those who manage to earn themselves a Darwin Award.

    Usage: “It was a stragedy to forgo a formal contract in order to create a casual go-with-the-flow atmosphere. Now we live in a trailer with three other families and a professional gambler named Buba.”