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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
tommyrot (TOM-ee-rot) noun
[From English dialectal tommy (fool), shortening of Thomas + English rot.]
"Burnham is frankly cynical about the public enquiry. 'That's a lot of
tommyrot,' he says, with a broad, crafty smile."
This week's theme: words that are also names.
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