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Word Of The Day: Permanxiety

The folks at Skift have coined Permanxiety: the near-constant state of anxiety driven by concerns about terrorism, security, neo-isolationism, racial tension, Trumpism, technology and its adverse role, the widening economic gap, culture wars, climate change, and other geopolitical and local issues. (via Travel in an Age of Permanxiety: An Introduction)
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