Supererogation


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Supererogation soo-pər-ər-ə-GEY-shunPart of speech: nounOrigin: Latin, early 16th century
1The performance of more work than duty requires.
 
Examples of Supererogation in a sentence “Will put in hours of supererogation due to staff vacations.” “Sydney’s grades were bumped up substantially with all of her supererogation.”

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