Words of the day… ok i’ve missed the last 3 days so…..

Providential prov-uh-DEN(T)-shuhl, adjective:
   1. Of or resulting from divine direction or superintendence.
   2.  Occurring  through  or  as if through divine intervention;
   peculiarly fortunate or appropriate.

Providential  derives  from Latin providentia, from providens,
   provident-,  present  participle  of providere, literally, “to
   see ahead,” from pro-, “forward” + videre, “to see.”

 Conflate kuhn-FLAYT, transitive verb:
   1. To bring together; to fuse together; to join or meld.
   2. To combine (as two readings of a text) into one whole.

Conflate is from Latin conflatus, past participle of conflare,
   “to  blow  together;  to  put  together,”  from  con-,  “with,
   together” + flare, “to blow.”


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