adj.
Inspired by Globe & Mail (Toronto, Canada) columnist Margaret Wente.
1. Refers to making an argument based solely on individual experience and assuming it applies to society more generally (esp. assuming white bourgeois experience is common to all).
Person One: We shouldn't fund public transit more because I have a SUV and that's good enough for me.
Person Two: Argh! That's such a Wentean argument.
by frederick0t6 April 19, 2006

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