Did you maybe mean pundit?
“I'm not a reader of Blue Oregon. career partisan punditry is a waste of my life, energy, and soul.”
“Apparently punditry is a recession-proof industry, unlike, say, CNN's entire science unit, which got dumped a few weeks ago.”
“My opinion writing and punditry is merging into my academic world.”
“The quality of his political punditry is an entirely different issue. low-tech cyclist Says:”
“PNB, you are a mess sir, incoherant and a lazy thinker, your witticisms lack both wit & incision, your punditry is bereft of puns and dittys.”
“Parental punditry is the most important kind of punditry.”
“That, however, did not stop Mr. Will; after all, Rule #1 of right-wing punditry is to never admit that you're wrong because to do so undermines your credibility.”
“The punditry is working over time to figure out how Bill affects Hillary.”
“All of which raises a crucial question: does Maddow's unlikely success, reliant on her ability to defy cliché and categorization at every turn, signal a move in punditry away from the thuggish and the angry and toward the lucid and sophisticated?”
“To complain about the stupidity of the punditry is stupidity itself when confronted with the realisation that this is the level of insight sought – and paid for – by the majority of the population”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘punditry’.
A selection of words and phrases that entered the language between 1920 and 1929. Primary sources for this list are:
There's a Word For It by Sol Steinmetz (2010, Harmony Books, New Y...
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