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WORD OF THE WEEK: stratagemous (adj.) consisting of or succeeding by underhand schemes or strategies

, 19 April 2019
consisting of or succeeding by underhand schemes or strategies
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WORD OF THE WEEK: poacher-turned-gamekeeper (n.)

, 12 April 2019
Calling out the paralysis that Brexit has wrought upon to our political system, Oborne, the former political editor of the Leave-supporting Telegraph, bravely broke ranks and confessed that now was the time “to take a long deep breath.” And crucially, he admitted that doing so might now entail, “rethinking the Brexit decision altogether.”
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WORD OF THE WEEK: expugnancy (n.) conflict, contrariness; mutual opposition of principles

, 5 April 2019
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WORD OF THE WEEK: mentimutation (n.) a change of mind

, 28 March 2019
The UK, according to the latest polling, is now chiefly a Remain country. At the opposite end of Brexit spectrum, this week a handful of prominent Leavers performed a swift volte-face and decided to throw their full support behind Prime Minister Theresa May’s contentious Brexit deal.
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