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Origin of pundit
OTHER WORDS FROM punditpun·dit·ic, adjectivepun·dit·i·cal·ly, adverb
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Example sentences from the Web for pundit
Imagine James Carville sitting across from a group of tennis pundits grasping for why Williams hasn’t broken through yet.How Serena Williams Could Finally Break The Grand Slam Record|Amy Lundy|February 10, 2021|FiveThirtyEight
The matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers is already full of takes, although sports pundits don’t seem content to make claims about this year’s game alone.
A lot of pundits already have Few’s top-ranked team playing against No.Undefeated Gonzaga is staring down history, but its final exam won’t arrive until March|John Feinstein|January 27, 2021|Washington Post
I have heard some pundits say that you can’t win a boat race with Kansas City.Every Day, The Chiefs Write The Book (On Epic Comebacks)|Sara Ziegler (email@example.com)|November 23, 2020|FiveThirtyEight
For many conservative pundits, however, Parler serves as just another soapbox for the same messages they already share widely elsewhere.Conservatives grumbling about censorship say they’re flocking to Parler. They told us so on Twitter.|Drew Harwell, Rachel Lerman|November 23, 2020|Washington Post
A politician or pundit screws up on one, and is made fun of on the other.
On Fox News Sunday, conservative pundit George Will compared the mind-set of Americans today to the Ronald Reagan years.
Her message of increased military power did not please the progressive wing of the Sunday pundit class.
On Fox News Sunday, liberal pundit Juan Williams suggested the minority who support impeachment have several things in common.
But Ball recovered and went on to create a successful career as a pundit.Miss America Hypocrisy: The Vanessa Williams Nude Photo Shaming|Amanda Marcotte|July 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The pundit still had his eye on our friend when the shriek and the whirr of the express from the north was heard.
Lopez walked quickly up towards the edge of the platform, when the pundit followed him, telling him that this was not his train.
A pundit hopes to be paid when he handles luggage, but has no such expectation when he merely gives information.
As he did so the pundit called to him, and then made a rush at him,—for our friend's back was turned to the coming train.
The pundit places a small island in the northern half, and adds the legend “Monastery on Island.”Trans-Himalaya, Vol. 2 (of 2)|Sven Hedin