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  • That's why I don't mind phrases like "an idea of such staggering wrongitude," since 'wrongitude' makes intuitive sense.

    Inside Higher Ed

  • There is a hierarchy of wrongitude, with those who favored the war in the first place, and continue to think it was a good idea, and want to establish permanent bases there -- the Krauthammer school -- being wrongest.

    Today in Iraq - Swampland - TIME.com

  • Considering the wrongitude of the usual inside-the-Beltway chatter in general, perhaps this means it doesn't have a chance.

    Chris Weigant: Friday Talking Points [98] -- Newsiness

  • Forgive me if I am presumptuous, but I would like to suggest a few additional categories, in which there is no grammatical misadventure—or neologism, spoonerism, or malapropism—but a truly original flight of wrongitude.

    The Deluxe Election-Edition Bushisms

  • It is weird enough that you could lose an erection, or become rock harder, depending on your own degree of wrongitude.

    Ain't It Cool News - The best in movie, TV, DVD, and comic book news.

  • Scary as the risks are, I'd like to see SP run for the GOP nomination, whether she actually gets it or not, just to expose another wrongitude of "Audrey's."

    Best of the Blogs

  • Until you prove that it doesn’t, at which point I’ll find some other incorrect interpretation of a tangential triviality that indisputably symbolizes your wrongitude!! one!!!!

    Matthew Yglesias » Ride the Train

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