Log no. 1709099677


noun: resistance

  1. the refusal to accept or comply with something; the attempt to prevent something by action or argument.
    • armed or violent opposition.
    • a secret organization resisting authority, especially in an occupied country.
      plural noun: resistances
      noun: resistance movement
      plural noun: resistance movements
    • the underground movement formed in France during World War II to fight the German occupying forces and the Vichy government.
      noun: Resistance
      noun: the Resistance
  2. the ability not to be affected by something, especially adversely.
    • Medicine•Biology
      lack of sensitivity to a drug, insecticide, etc., especially as a result of continued exposure or genetic change.
  3. the impeding, slowing, or stopping effect exerted by one material thing on another.
  4. the degree to which a substance or device opposes the passage of an electric current, causing energy dissipation. Ohm’s law resistance (measured in ohms) is equal to the voltage divided by the current.
    • a resistor or other circuit component which opposes the passage of an electric current.


the path of least resistance — an option avoiding difficulty or unpleasantness; the easiest course of action.
“as one who shies away from confrontation, I generally choose the path of least resistance”


Origin of Resitance

late Middle English: from French résistance, from late Latin resistentia, from the verb resistere ‘hold back’ (see resist).

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Log no. 1708750932



verb: disappear
3rd person present: disappears
past tense: disappeared
past participle: disappeared
gerund or present participle: disappearing

cease to be visible.

  • cease to exist or be in use.
  • be lost or go missing; become impossible to find.
  • abduct or arrest and kill or detain (a person) for political reasons, without making their fate known.


Origin of Disappear

late Middle English: from dis- (expressing reversal) + appear, on the pattern of French disparaître .

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Log no. 1708750496



noun: outlaw
plural noun: outlaws

a person who has broken the law, especially one who remains at large or is a fugitive.

verb: outlaw
3rd person present: outlaws
past tense: outlawed
past participle: outlawed
gerund or present participle: outlawing

ban or make illegal.

  • historical
    deprive (someone) of the benefit and protection of the law.


Origin of Outlaw

late Old English ūtlaga (noun), ūtlagian (verb), from Old Norse útlagi, noun from útlagr ‘outlawed or banished’.

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Log no. 1708188541

ad in·fi·ni·tum

/ˌad ˌinfəˈnīdəm/
adverb: ad infinitum

again and again in the same way; forever.


Orgin of Ad Infinitum

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Log no. 1707284941

I have been able to constantly meditate fifteen minutes a day since January 01, 2024. On February 01, 2024, I started walking two miles a day. I am glad to say, that I have remained consistent. Once I have completed this month, I will stack another habit in March 01, 2024.

Log no. 1707284148


verb: isolate;
3rd person present: isolates;
past tense: isolated;
past participle: isolated;
gerund or present participle: isolating

  1. cause (a person or place) to be or remain alone or apart from others.
    • place (a person or animal) in quarantine to prevent the spread of an infectious disease.
    • remain apart from others for a period of time, especially in order to avoid catching or transmitting an infectious disease.
  2. identify (something) and examine or deal with it separately.
    • cut off the electrical or other connection to (something, especially a part of a supply network).
    • cut off the electrical or other connection to (something, especially a part of a supply network).
    • Chemistry•Biology
      obtain or extract (a compound, microorganism, etc.) in a pure form.

noun: isolate;
plural noun: isolates

  1. a person or thing that has been or become isolated.
  2. Biology
    a culture of microorganisms isolated for study.



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