pundit Niall Ferguson constructed a Twitter-based index that calculates relative prestige as the ratio of tweets to followers.
At least one pundit blamed Hollande himself for staying mum, as it were, and not explicitly defusing Twittergate himself.
But lately he's strayed near the pundit zone, writing political op-eds for outlets like The Guardian and Bloomberg View.
After the mother of all press conferences, the governor got favorable reviews from the pundit class.
Seems the pundit may have saved some money over the election cycle to burn through while he sits out at Fox.
If you wanted to get the pundit to look at his religion fairly, you must first depolarize this and all similar words for him.
See that the rich province of Kanchanpur is settled on the pundit.
Mr. pundit was confounded, and confessed to a glimmering remembrance of having seen the joke before.
Lopez thanked the pundit and gave him sixpence,—which made the pundit suspicious.
"There ain't another from Liverpool stopping here till the 2.20," said the pundit.
1670s, "learned Hindu," especially one versed in Sanskrit lore, from Hindi payndit "a learned man, master, teacher," from Sanskrit payndita-s "a learned man, scholar," of uncertain origin. Broader application in English is first recorded 1816. Related: Punditry.