Word of the Day – Contigulous

contigulous
kən•tiɡ’•yoo•ləs (adjective)
Possessing, related to, or marked by slack-jawed disbelief that is unbroken, unrelieved, and without respite or pause.
Ex. “Steve, I’m writing a speech and need a good word to describe how things are going.”
“How about ‘contigulous,’ Steve?”
“Ooh, that’s a good one, Steve. Thanks.”
“What speech is that, anyway, Steve?”
“State of the Union.”