PRONUNCIATION: (uh-KRAY-zh/zhee-uh)

MEANING: noun: The lack of will or self-control resulting in one acting against one’s better judgment.

ETYMOLOGY: From Greek akretes (powerless), from a- (without) + kratos (power, strength). Earliest documented use: 1806. The adjective form is akratic.

ASK RASIA - Rasia? Who's "Rasia?

A.K.A. "RASIA" - nickname for Rasella

O.K., RASIA - I'm satisfied with your answer