linger

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lin·ger

\ˈliŋ-gər\

verb

1. To remain longer than necessary in a place or situation because it is enjoyable to you.

2. To dwell in contemplation, thought, or contentment.

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2 Responses to linger

  1. I love this word – it’s even nice to pronounce.

    • I love that there is a word for the feeling of wanting to hold on to and savor something good; to be reluctant to move on because you are happy in the moment. I’m ignoring all of the word’s other meanings. Because this is my blog and I can do that 🙂 And yes, it is a fun word to say.

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