Deja dit (pronounced dé-ja-di) Even though deja dit is French for "already said", it actually is used to describe the strange feeling you get when you're in a situation, and feel like you've been in the exact same situation before and spoken the same words as if you have studied them and just repeated them. Similar to “déjà vu” but the difference is while you are in that akward situation, it’s like someone takes control of your mouth and the words are coming out by themselves.
“ I was trying to explain my science teacher why I couldn’t finish my homework on time, but as I was speaking I could feel the words coming out as I rehearsed for that moment, it was definitely a déja dit.”
by youngspoiler August 08, 2007
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