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  • Writer's pictureMichael Sherer

Words of The Week:

These words are from the WSJ; the definitions are mine.

socialist, n., index or roster of Bernie supporters.

hagiography, n., 1. history or account of the Scottish delicacy haggis. 2. life story or memoir of an ugly old woman, usually in reference by Republicans to bios of Hillary.

vapid, adj., of or relating to the mental, physical and emotional characteristics of a vaper after vaping the vapor of a e-cigarette high in THC content.

seniority, n., the degree of one’s Spanish heritage, if male.

spectator, n., tiny potato or serving of potatoes.

Trump, v., (when capitalized), to beat (someone or something) by lying, cheating or suing in court.

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