Eureka


WORD OF THE DAY
Eureka yoo-REE-kəPart of speech: exclamationOrigin: Greek, early 17th century
1A cry of joy or satisfaction when one finds or discovers something.2Marked by usually sudden triumphant discovery.
 
Examples of Eureka in a sentence “When Seth solved the complicated problem, he cried out “Eureka!”” “Maria had a eureka moment that made the rest of her day much easier.”

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