Lackaday



[lak-uh-dey] /ˈlæk əˌdeɪ/

interjection, Archaic.
1.
(used as an expression of regret, sorrow, dismay, or disapproval.)
/ˈlækəˌdeɪ/
interjection
1.
(archaic) another word for alas

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