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Today's word is:

feuilleton

|ˈfoi-itn; ˌfœyəˈtô n |

noun

  • A part of a newspaper or magazine devoted to material designed to entertain the general reader.
  • Something (as an installment of a novel) printed in a feuilleton.
  • A novel printed in installments.
  • A work of fiction catering to popular taste.
  • A short literary composition often having a familiar tone and reminiscent content.

ORIGIN: mid 19th cent.: French, from feuillet, diminutive of feuille 'leaf.'

To be honest with you guys... I don't remember where I saw this word, all I know is that I saved a draft with the word at midnight. Anyway I guess I selected the word cause it's super French :3