from Word of the Day

entelechy (en-TEL-uh-kee) noun

1. Perfect realization as opposed to a potentiality.

2. In some philosophies, a vital force that propels one to

[From Late Latin entelechia, from Greek entelecheia, from enteles
(complete), from telos (end, completion) + echein (to have).]

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