glitch

Word of the Day

glitch

noun
\ ˈglich \
1a a usually minor malfunction also : bug
1b a minor problem that causes a temporary setback : snag
2 a false or spurious electronic signal

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There was a momentary power glitch, one which went unnoticed by the observatory staff. Years later, that moment came to haunt the facility. It takes time for ectoplasm to mature into a significant ghost in the machine.

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