What historic word

Definition kwuhk·saa·tuhk // 1. foolishly impractical, especially in the pursuit of ideals; 2. Capriciuos, unpredictable

Roots “If you guessed that quixotic has something to do with Don Quixote, you’re absolutely right. The adjective quixotic is based on the [primary protagonist’s] name and has been used to describe unrealistic idealists since at least the early 18th century.” Merriam Webster

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