Top Definition
When the honor & integrity of a person’s “spoken word” is considered by his or her “Audience” as being worthless or meaningless. To NOT BE WORTH the person’s “Word”.

Origins: A term derived by the use of “Mc” by the company known as McDonalds Fast Foods whereas most “Jobs” working for the aforementioned are considered to be dead-end and of little value. IE: McJob .... Coined in Honor of “McJobs”, as well as having honor for your spoken promises (AKA: “word”).
Use Examples:

The politician wasn’t worth his McWord.

The McWord of a Republican is obvious related to the wellbeing of America or Americans.

He discovered that his friend’s promises were nothing more then McWord.

by Tyson D. Knine October 13, 2007
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