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(Adj.)

1) When you believe you are doing great things and all those around you approve of your actions but in reality, the world is burning, and people really dislike you.

2) (of a person) having or showing the weaknesses or diseases of old age, especially a loss of mental faculties.
Voters of Ontario, Canada will no longer cope with their wynning premier. With record low approval ratings in 2017, her supporters are now wynning too.
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by Lame-Goat-But-I-Vote September 13, 2017
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(Adj) Australian marketing jargon for when a marketing executive replaces the actor/model in the advertising campaign with themselves in order to truly live the brand. Wynning is a strategy open to all forms of media but examples are generally found in online and print. This strategy is rarely noticeable to the end consumers.
We will take a wynning approach in the spring rewards catalouge
by GM Marketing January 03, 2011
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