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Written By: Verity Fynn
July 8, 2015
Noheract (verb) ~ To aviod thinking about an undesirable or difficult topic by engaging in some form of exhausting, grueling, or painful activity.
Origin: This word comes from the Spanish ejercicio, exercise, and the Latin actio, activity.
Usage: After a long day in court, the judge will often noheract at the gym, putting off the difficult decision that must be made the next day.