Top Definition
From conservative + ebonics, this term is used on various Internet fora to describe a perceived conservative tendency to call things the exact opposite of what they are.
"I support the Republican Party because it stands for less government, a strong dollar, fiscal responsibility, and equal rights, not special rights." "Oh, you're speaking conservonics, right?"
by Doctor Whom May 31, 2005
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