from The Century Dictionary.
- noun See
to play rex, under rex.
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If a person writting a top 10 has to begin each one by defending his choice instead of explaining it then you probably know the list premise reaks … … much like the movies themselves.
This reaks of arrogance and power .... we might as well get used to it with the socialists in power. phoenix86
We all know that Barry got past all that by not exactly being forthright in the campaign, but this video GOTV plea just reaks of what is wrong with liberal politics.
This article reaks of insinuations that only Ron Paul supporters bought his book, voted for him, or set campaign fundraising records.
This reaks of bad politics like those found in Zimbabwe!
This reaks of old style Washington politics to me!
He absolutely reaks of corporate boardrooms, $300 haircuts, and weekends at the country club.
How all of this just f-ing reaks of hypocrisy from the media, and their insatiable need to latch onto one story and beat it to death to fill a 24-hour news day is ridiculous.
The whole cynicism thing also reaks of "with us or against us".
It may be valid, but the timing reaks of more rovian manipulation.