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punditpundit (PUN-dit) noun also pandit
1. A learned person.
2. A person who offers commentary or judgments as an expert on a certain topic.
[From Hindi pandit, from Sanskrit pandita (learned).]
"According to a top psychologist, the brain starts working the moment you're
born and never stops until you become a TV football pundit. I understand our
psychologist actually reached his conclusion, having studied Mercy Green,
the most famous pundit in the history of punditry. Mercy Green is not the
real name; it's an anagram I'm using so as not to get on the wrong side of him."
"This is not entirely unheard of among political columnists, but the
typical Washington pundit is stupefyingly uninformed about economics,
a field in which Krugman is exceedingly well informed."
If you want creative workers, give them enough time to play. -John Cleese, comic actor (1939- )
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