W.O.T.D.


WORD OF THE DAY
Conation koh-NAY-SHən Part of speech: noun Origin: Latin, early 17th century
1The mental faculty of purpose, desire, or will to perform an action; volition.
 
Examples of Conation in a sentence “Monica had the conation to complete the Boston Marathon.” “Henry was frustrated that the decision to cancel the event negated his conation.”