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punditocracy Syllabification: pun·di·toc·ra·cy
Pronunciation: /ˌpəndiˈtäkrəsē/

Definition of punditocracy in English:


An elite or influential class of experts or political commentators.
Example sentences
  • I defend the right of everyone to have their own opinion, but if simply parrots the words of the politicians and punditocracy who use their positions to control the debate, then I reserve the right of dissent.
  • Membership in this punditocracy creates a natural risk bias - a kind of journalistic ‘moral hazard.’
  • He is at the very top of the conservative punditocracy.

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