It could be that there is some strategery behind all of this.
New words come up often. Who knows, maybe this will be a new one. Is "internet" a word listed in older dictionaries? Can you find all the vulgar words and terms in a dictionary? No. But those are still words. The dictionary should never be used as the sole determining factor as to whether a word exists or not. A dictionary is out of date soon after its printing.
Isn't that how all words came about? Somebody had to make them up at some point. You're just jealous
Damnit!! I keep getting some friggin ERROR when I try to post ...I get this code:bX-oyj254
refudiate = refute + repudiateWorks for me!And why shouldn't she stand by the sentiment! All Americans should feel that way!
You know...she could just be a "dumbass". Sometimes the most obvious answer is the correct answer.
Why does “anti-intellectual” keep coming to mind? Hmm...she is a “faux” news contributor.
She did twitter it so now can we call her a “twit-tard”?
Let's face it, we can't all have the Hollywood intelligentsia writing our words for us. Sometimes people know what we mean, even if we don't say it correctly. Other people are grammatically correct, but have to go back and "clarify" what they mean. (Even if they prefaced their original statement with "let me be clear.")
You said it “turd-blossom” wordkyle!!
she's more literate than 80% of the posters on this blog!
248 - You can call me "Boy Genius."
I'd like to Google Palins Twitter until she couldn't refudiate it no more.Know whut I mean Turdpile?
316 - Let's see..."Google" means to search for something"Twitter" means to utter short sounds, like a bird"refudiate" is a made up word, likely meaning "to reject"So it seems as though you're looking for something to do with something short, you'll use your imagination when women (or the guys at the bus station) reject you, and you can't wait to chirp about it. Is that close to what you meant?
She really meant:ri•fŭ’dē•āt: the act of completing a double tap on that wascally wabbit.Dan'l Webster
Palin is an intellectual lightweight. However, the post on her blog was probably written by her staff (who are smarter than she). I sure hope the Repubs find a competent candidate for 2012 - I'd hate to think Palin is the best they have.
429 - What Palin actually is, is another in the long line of Republicans who have been portrayed by their opponents (and the media) of being "intellectual lightweights" without any real evidence -- Reagan, both Bushes, Quayle, et al. She's in good company.(Democrats, in contrast, are always portrayed in the media as brilliant intellectuals, too smart for the office but slumming so they can implement decisions for the less-gifted masses.)
RefudiateOrigin LatinForm of speech, verbOrigin of speech, Alaska...ehAlternate pronunciations....noneUsed in a sentence...."After the second time my brother-in-law broke wind at the family dinner, I waved my arms to refudiate the odor."
Can you imagine the piling on from liberal weenies had she said that there are 57 states?
LOL!!!! You WIN, 7:53!! ha ha ha!
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