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Word of the Week 03/28/24

Posted 3/28/24

Genuflect : (JEN-yuh-flekt) a verb meaning to kneel, or nearly kneel, on one knee and then rise again in worship or as an act of respect. In figurative use, "genuflect" means humbly obedient or …

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Word of the Week 03/28/24


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Genuflect: (JEN-yuh-flekt) a verb meaning to kneel, or nearly kneel, on one knee and then rise again in worship or as an act of respect. In figurative use, "genuflect" means humbly obedient or respectful.

"Churchgoers genuflected before the altar."

"The politician was criticized for genuflecting to corporate interests."