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punditocracy

punditocracy

noun pun·dit·oc·ra·cy \ˌpən-dət-ˈä-krə-sē\
plural pun·dit·oc·ra·cies

Definition of PUNDITOCRACY

:  a group of powerful and influential political commentators

Origin of PUNDITOCRACY

pundit + -cracy
First Known Use: 1987

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