Word of the Day – Manque

By November 18, 2017Word of the Day
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Manque (adj)

mon-kay

Having failed to become what one might have been.

Late 18th century: French, past participle of manquer ‘to lack’.

Example sentences

“It’s sad, he wanted to be a writer and now he’s nothing but a reclusive manque.”

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