Zelig


WORD OF THE DAY
ZeligZEL-igPart of speech: nounOrigin: American English, 1980s
1A person who is able to change their appearance, behavior, or attitudes, so as to be comfortable in any situation.
 
Examples of Zelig in a sentence “Despite belonging to the PR Team, Harold was a Zelig who easily blended into any department.” “Rather than joining a clique in school, Cathy was a Zelig who made friends in different interest groups.”