Jan 26 Word of the Day
a sudden illness experienced on January 20, 2021 when you can’t go into work because you must celebrate the the swearing in of President Joe Biden & Vice-President Kamala Harris signaling the end of the 1460 day hostage situation otherwise known as the Trump Presidency & the defeat of the Potatriot Uprising of January 6, 2021.
I couldn’t go in Wednesday. I had the inauguvirus
by Sonicbo0mz January 21, 2021
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Main Entry: deΒ·riΒ·sion
Pronunciation: di-'ri-zh&n
Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French, from Late Latin derision-, derisio, from Latin deridEre
1 a : the use of ridicule or scorn to show contempt b : a state of being derided
2 : an object of ridicule or scorn
Using a word or words in a way to lower them in your view or the view of others. "He used a term of derision about him that I can't repeat here."
by Timothy Payne November 28, 2005
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