from The Century Dictionary.
- In a politic manner; artfully; cunningly.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb In a politic manner; sagaciously; shrewdly; artfully.
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- adverb In a
politicmanner; sagaciously; shrewdly; artfully.
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What it did at best politicly was make nither happy.
He was a twisted Islamic terrorist and the politicly correct media in Canada have not said one word about it during or since the horrible event happened.
But if you believe that means-tested benefits are inevitable, it would still be rational to switch above a minimum affluence level (with the implicit assumption that it is politicly easier to take away "promised" benefits than to confiscate private accounts).
| Reply he is wrong though … politicly correct, but wrong!
You can't give half the country the finger then expect us to rally to your side when it's politicly helpfl to u.
Don't allow the Democratic Party to be politicly correct, VOTE CLINTON.
The voice of the techies was politicly suppressed in this implementation.
Although they are accepted my man today as the staus quo & it is politicly incorrect to speak out against them, I would rather please God than man.
Kickass43: (tho sumtimes politicly useful 2 call it dat)
EVERY president we EVER had did something that was not politicly correct.