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- adj. Suitable to be caricatured
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For months the operative buzzword in Little Rock has been "caricaturable."
It's a bad sign-- of incipient middle age, or senility, or old-dogness, or just falling into caricaturable absent-mindedness-- when seven years of "Tuesday-Thursday 1:30-2:50" schedules leave you so programmed that, on just the third day of class at your new university, you show up half an hour late to your own 1-2:20 lecture.
"The Republicans want to put Edwards out there as a 'trial lawyer,' but I don't think it cuts deeply as an issue because he's not your stereotypical, caricaturable ambulance chaser," says Ferrel Guillory, director of the University of North Carolina's Program on Southern Politics, Media and Public Life.
So, who is the most ridiculous, caricaturable, mockable person you can think of (doesn't even have to be an MP anymore) who I can bring into the Cabinet ..? "