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    "Many of life's failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up."
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  • UpStairs Lounge arson attack
    On June 24, 1973, an arson fire at the UpStairs Lounge, a popular gathering spot for New Orleans' LGBT community in the French Quarter, results in 32 deaths and at least 15 injuries. At the time, it was the deadliest known attack at a gay club in American history. The fire's official cause was ...
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Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day
  • confidant

    Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for June 24, 2022 is:

    confidant • \KAHN-fuh-dahnt\  • noun

    A confidant is someone to whom secrets are entrusted, and especially a very close friend.

    // She told only her closest confidant where she had buried the money.

    // The longtime confidant of the disgraced mayor was also brought in for questioning.

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    Examples:

    “Lee Strasberg, the Actors Studio director who was, with his wife, Paula, a confidant and caretaker of Marilyn Monroe, felt that an actor must plumb the depths of her psyche to find the emotional truth of a performance.” –James Sullivan, The Boston Globe, 20 Jan. 2022

    Did you know?

    If you're confident of the trustworthiness of your confidants, you're tuned into the origins of the word confidant. The word comes, via French, from the Italian confidente, meaning "trusting, having trust in," from Latin confīdere, meaning "to put one’s trust in, have confidence in.” Other descendants of confīdere in English include confide, confidence, confident, and confidential, all of which ultimately have Latin fīdere, meaning "to trust (in), rely (on)," as their root. Confidant (and its variant confidante, used especially of a woman) and confident are often confused, a topic about which we have plenty to say.




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