Today’s Word “galvanic”

galvanic gal-VAN-ik (adjective) – 1 : Of, pertaining to, or producing a direct current of electricity, especially when produced chemically. 2 : Affecting or affected as if by an electric shock; startling; shocking. 3 : Stimulating; energizing.

“I can feel in my face that I have turned either bright red or ghost white, with the same galvanic tingle that would send a polygraph machine off the edge of the paper.” — Edward Allen, ‘Mustang Sally’

Galvanic is derived from the name of Luigi Galvani, a professor of physiology at Bologna, whose experiments established the presence of bioelectric forces in animal tissue.

 
 

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