Saturday, November 11, 2006

Word of the Day

Gloatation (Gloat+Quotation) (noun.) 1) A gloating quote. 2) The ability to be gracious in defeat and fallacious in victory.

Gloatation in action:
"Actually, in 2002 Wolcott did write something worthwhile; he mentioned "the acerbic and hilarious Tim Blair". That was before BDS kicked in."

"Howard, the commentariat, deluded RWDB bloggers, and others who want to deny the good sense of the American people and the expression of their democratic will can shriek all they like."

Classic Gloatation:
"This is the sweetest victory of all." - Paul Keating.

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