Word of the week – sisyphean

adjective endless and unavailing, as labour or a task. [from Sisyphus, in Greek legend, a king of Corinth whose wickedness in life was punished in the lower world where he had to roll uphill a huge stone which as soon as it had reached the top rolled down again]

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