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- phrase literally A "happy fault" or "fortunate fall".
- phrase literary A series of
miserableevents will eventually lead to a happier outcome.
- phrase religion The
Biblicalstory of the fall of Adamand Eveand the loss of the Garden of Eden, known theologically as the source of original sin- meaning that this loss of innocence was a fortunate fall because of the good that would come from it, that is, Christian redemptionand the eventual hope of Heaven.
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Now that it is clear for anyone with a brain to see that Greg KKKorte was lying about Smitherman, o felix culpa now wants to talk about the Enquirer's coverage of the Mayoral campaign in general.