Friday Words XXIV: Apotheosis

The highest point in the development of something as in “Many believe that The United States reached its apotheosis some time ago.”

Can also mean the elevation of someone to a divine status as in “Trump considers him the most likely to achieve apotheosis in the room.”

Words XIV: Ubiquitously Obsequious

Ubiquitous (appearing everywhere): “The ubiquitous masks and gloves in New York are a constant reminder of Covid-19”. Obsequious (attentive to servile degree): “The obsequious manner of the many homeless are an example of a failed society.”

The ubiquitously obsequious nature of the current White House staff indicates that none of this will end in the foreseeable future.