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v.: To publish and make readily available an idea that rebuts the future arguments of those who fail adequately to research what others have already published. n.: presponse.
Jonathan (in early 2010): "The 1937–1938 dip was not the product of tight fiscal and monetary policy, but of excessive government regulation and loose monetary policy."

Kevin (in late 2011): In 1937, "federal spending was cut and monetary policy was tightened up, with disastrous results: GDP immediately began to plummet, and industrial production fell by a third."

Jonathan: I presponded to that canard two years ago. Don't you research before you write?
by autofyrsto October 10, 2011
Attempting to elicit an invitation by accepting the invitation without the invitation being made.
Even though I deliberately did not invite Jennifer Aniston to my New Year's Eve party, she totally presponded by telling me that she was bringing her grandmother's world-famous cherry-chicken-cheese ball.
by Drinking Frog March 26, 2016

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