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- noun humorous, nonstandard the state of being
- noun humorous, nonstandard the
relative degreeto which something is bogus
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Never underestimate our government its capacity for hypocrisy and bogosity is simply unparalleled.
I was also pleased to see the use of the word "bogosity" -- which I just happened to be researching this morning.
As an apprentice in the budding field of Troutology, I'd have to call bogosity on BOTH these posts … upon review, one sees that our "real" Herr Trout isn't / wasn't an afficionado of the exclamation-marks, for one thing.
I don't know if the BCA has sent a similar recomendation to its affiliates I think not, but they have showed so much awkwardness in this matter that it is conceivable, but in any case, as Tony Lloyd says, it is now absolutely clear that many if not all the chiropractors are aware of the "bogosity" of their treatments.
Hambling's post examines, Snopes-style, the truth or bogosity of such purported American military projects as:
Publishing contracts are generally kind of bogus to begin with, but this is a real pinnacle of bogosity.
You cannot ever over-estimate the bogosity of our government
QUOTE could also be an example of the internet meme mutation as discussed by the arbiter of bogosity?
Even then, the poll would have elements of bogosity.
I want my representatives to be serious about diplomacy, without this inane "we don't talk with our enemies" bogosity.