EFFIGY

The Word of the Day is Effigy

It’s a strange word but hopefully, one that evokes your imagination. I hope you enjoy using it to create a post. 🙂

Word of the Day Challenge

In the United Kingdom, the 5th of November is celebrated as Bonfire Night, also known as Guy Fawkes Night. This is traditionally celebrated with a huge bonfire, burning the effigy of Guy Fawkes, eating Jacket Potatoes and setting off fireworks.

So In commemoration of this:

The Word of the Day is Effigy.

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effigy
/ˈɛfɪdʒi/
noun
  1. a sculpture or model of a person.
    “a tomb effigy of Eleanor of Aquitaine”
    synonyms: statuestatuettecarvingsculpturegraven imagemodeldummyfigurefigurineguy;More
    • a roughly made model of a person that is made in order to be…

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People are far too complicated to be able to describe in a few words so I am not even going to try.

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