Synchronicity Word of the Day
I was watching Chariots of Fire and I heard, for the first time, someone use the word "rigor mortis." It was in the context of describing Eric Liddel and his potential inability to do well in the race... then, on that same day, my housemate mentioned that word as well. I kind of guessed that it meant, dead movement, or dead spirit, and I was right as he called it a "stiffening of the body."
dictionary.com's definition: "Muscular stiffening following death."
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