Tillid

Tillid

adj.
humbled by how readily you place your life into the hands of random strangers, often without a second thought—trusting a restaurant to check its expiration dates, trusting a construction crew not to cheap out on materials, trusting thousands of other drivers to stay in their lane —people who you may never meet but whose well-being you’re deeply invested in, whether you know it or not.

Danish tillid, trust. Pronounced “til-id.”

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Catoptric Tristesse

Wytai

Lockheartedness

Amuse-Douche

Mimeomia

Eisce

Fygophobia

Innity

Monachopsis

The Unsharp Mask

Wenbane

Nyctous

Hobsmacked

Nullness

Siso

Allope

Fool’s Guilt

Beloiter

Knellish

Fitching

Trumspringa

Anti-Aliasing

Blinkback

Vicarous

Tarrion