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Most Intriguing Word for Survivor Samoa Finale: Feckless

Written by: on 21st December 2009 |
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Most Intriguing Word for Survivor Samoa Finale: Feckless  | read this item

Many fans got intrigued of one word form the Survivor Samoa Finale recently. The word being talked about is ‘feckless’. The word feckless came from a speech from contestant Shambo.

Before declaring that she would not be voting for Mick or Natalie, Shambo remarked that Mick is ‘feckless’. The Los Angeles-based doctor admitted that he did not know what feckless meant — so she told him to look it up.

So, what is the feckless definition?

According to Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary:

Pronunciation: \?fek-l?s\
Function: adjective
Etymology: Scots, from feck effect, majority, from Middle English (Scots) fek, alteration of Middle English effect
Date: circa 1585

1 : weak, ineffective
2 : worthless, irresponsible

feck·less·ly adverb

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