Verboticism: Hypervatic

'What details?'

DEFINITION: n. A special ability lets you focus on the big picture without getting distracted by those busy little details. v. To skip over the details while focusing on the big picture.

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Created by: erasmus

Pronunciation: hype er vat ick

Sentence: Donald was always away with the faeries in a hypervatic moment.

Etymology: From Vatic: a prophetic person, pertaining to, or characteristic of a prophet. Also from hyper to over do it a bit. Because I tend to think the bigger picture is usually a more prophetic answer.

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