What generally precedes L’esprit de L’escalier #thatshouldbeaword

Posted by Lizzie on 04/13/12


1. Pointed insult masked by praise. “Ginnie’s mother-in-law greeted her with her perennial flaudit: ‘It’s nice to see you looking rested for a change!’ ” See also: negatiate (to respond in kind); relinquash (to kindly deflect); winsult (the reigning dig).

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