Urman Dictionary



The sinking feeling that occurs when something believed resolved turns out to be just getting started.

Often causes prefatim.

Hersh had spent hours on writing up the new company policy, finding wording that was neither overly restrictive nor overly permissive, and should be clearly understandable to all. It was with a great sense of relief that he sent it out with a company-wide email. And it was with a great sense of delief that he read the replies that trickled in from people who didn’t understand the policy, or wondered if it applied to them, or thought he was being controlling. He steeled himself for an uphill battle.