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punditry

[puhn-di-tree] /ˈpʌn dɪ tri/
noun
1.
the opinions or methods of pundits.
Origin
1925-1930
1925-30; pundit + -ry
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  • Let's stick to the science and not descend to that lowest form of human discourse: political punditry.
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  • McDowell's columns were laced with satirical musings and political punditry.
  • Compared to the long hours and amazingly tedious work of practicing law, political punditry has much to recommend it.
British Dictionary definitions for punditry

punditry

/ˈpʌndɪtrɪ/
noun
1.
the expressing of expert opinions
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