Wednesday’s Word of the Week: Denouement

Wednesday’s Word of the Week: Denouement

Definition: the final part of a play, film, or narrative in which the strands of the plot are drawn together and matters are explained or resolved.

Where I Heard It: Since this is my last Word of the Week of the year I thought it would be fitting to chose a word that had a theme of ending/concluding so I googled that and I thought this was a nice one. I think it sums up everyone’s hopes for the end of the year, that all the carnage and drama of the year is resolved, hence why I chose it.

Pronunciation: Day-new-maun
(It is derived from French so thats why the ent at the end has a silent t and is more of an aun sound)

As always, Stay safe guys and have end of the year!!

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