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Late 18th century
Curglaff seems like a sound someone would say when surprised or frustrated, don’t you think?
Well, you’d be partially correct.
And what does it mean?
“The shock felt in bathing, when one first plunges into the cold water.”
Great, right? I didn’t realize there was a word for that feeling.
In a Sentence . . .
I suffered from curglaff when I left the hot tub and dove into the pool.
Readers: Your turn. How would YOU use it in a sentence?
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