EFFIGY

Today’s word of the day!

Word of the Day Challenge

In the United Kingdom, the 5th of November is celebrated as Bonfire Night, also known as Guy Fawkes Night. This is traditionally celebrated with a huge bonfire, burning the effigy of Guy Fawkes, eating Jacket Potatoes and setting off fireworks.

So In commemoration of this:

The Word of the Day is Effigy.

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effigy
/ˈɛfɪdʒi/
noun
  1. a sculpture or model of a person.
    “a tomb effigy of Eleanor of Aquitaine”
    synonyms: statuestatuettecarvingsculpturegraven imagemodeldummyfigurefigurineguy;More
    • a roughly made model of a person that is made in order to be…

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