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That’s the kind of thinking under which Clinton’s email troubles are treated as equivalent to Trump’s grab-them-by-the-pudenda video or any of his many other epic transgressions of taste and truth.
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Origin and Etymology of pudendum
New Latin, singular of Latin pudenda, from neuter plural of pudendus, gerundive of pudēre to be ashamed
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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: the sexual organs on the outside of a person's body
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