A figure where speaker professes become at a loss exactly what course to follow where to begin to get rid of things to state etc
- A figure where speaker professes becoming confused exactly what course to follow, where to begin to get rid of, what to say, etc.
1580s, from Latin, from Greek aporia, noun of condition from aporos (see aporetic).
(Gr. aporla) A theoretical difficulty or problem. -- G.R.M.
(n.) A figure in which the presenter professes to-be baffled just what training course to follow, how to start to get rid of, what to state, etc.