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WORD OF THE DAY Penultimate pi-nəl-tə-mət Part of speech: adjective Origin: Latin, 17th century 1 Next to last in a series 2 The next-to-last syllable of a single word Examples of Penultimate in a sentence "The penultimate episode of the series was much more emotional than the finale." "The penultimate syllable of the word penultimate is 'ti.'"