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  1. Vicarious Has Latin Roots If you act in someone’s stead, you take his or her place, at least temporarily. The oldest meaning of "vicarious," which was first recorded in , is "serving in someone or something’s stead." The word vicarious derives from the Latin noun vicis, which means "change," "alternation," or "stead.".
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  3. felt or enjoyed through imagined participation in the experience of others: a vicarious thrill. Physiology. noting or pertaining to a situation in which one organ performs part of the functions normally .
  4. 3. felt or enjoyed through imagined participation in the experience of others: a vicarious thrill. 4. Physiol. noting or pertaining to a situation in which one organ performs part of the functions normally performed by another. [–40; vicārius derivative of vic (is) alternation (see vice 3)].
  5. Vicarious experience represents a rich source of such occasions, which may thus come to govern my emotions almost as if they were stimuli for reflexes. From the Cambridge English Corpus These .
  6. Sep 14,  · adjective [ADJECTIVE noun] A vicarious pleasure or feeling is experienced by watching, listening to, or reading about other people doing something, rather than by doing it yourself. She invents fantasy lives for her own vicarious pleasure. Lots of people use television as their vicarious .
  7. EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VICARIOUS I could, perhaps, wring a somber, vicarious joy from the things that might have been. Thus she can have a vicarious career by virtue of what she has put into her husband's. It is vicarious suffering; for they do not know what is perplexing us.
  8. adj. 1. Experienced or felt by empathy with or imaginary participation in the life of another person: read about mountain climbing and experienced vicarious thrills. 2.

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