Entry: weal (n.)
In context: "Marathe assumed an expression that lampooned a dullard's hard thought. 'Thus, but how long before these leaks and rumors of p-terminals reach the Ottawa of government and public weal, for Canada's government reacts with horror at the prospect of this.'"
Definition: Contextually. The welfare of a country or community; the general good. Often with defining word, as common, general, public, universal.
Wealth, riches, possessions. Obs.
Welfare, well-being, happiness, prosperity.
SNOOT score: 2
Source: Oxford English Dictionary