Inerrata

Inerrata

n.
a kind of mistake you wouldn’t take back even if you could; the reluctance to disown a broken relationship or agonizing experience that has since become part of who you are, and trying to disown it would mean you’re trying to live some other life.

Latin in-, not + errata, mistakes in a printed work. Pronounced “in-eh-rah-tuh.”

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