Catastropic – Wednesday’s Wordapod

This frigid weather has me thinking of the tropics, not that such vacations are always a solution.

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Catastropic (adj) – of, or relating to, a disastrous vacation in a warm weather spot


Sample Sentence:  Happy to kiss American soil after two horrid weeks in Acapulco, I tried to put the whole catastropic experience behind me.



Mastering The Word


Which of the following factors would most likely cause you to have a catastropic experience?


  • Bad weather
  • Excessive cost
  • Sunburn
  • Terrible food and drink options
  • Lost luggage
  • Member of traveling party drowning
  • Annoying cruise mates
  • Gastro-intestinal complications
  • Inability to speak to the natives



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