Apocryphal

The Word of the Day for this Friday is the wonderful word Apocryphal,

Click on the link to the original post to find out what this word means, you will find that it relates to the language spoken to most if not all politicians. 😉

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The Word of the Day is Apocryphal

a·poc·ry·phal
/əˈpäkrəfəl/
 
 
adjective
 
  1. (of a story or statement) of doubtful authenticity, although widely circulated as being true.
    “an apocryphal story about a former judge”
     
    Similar:    fictitious,  made-up,  fabricated, spurious,  mythical
     
    Opposite:   authentic, true

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People are far too complicated to be able to describe in a few words so I am not even going to try.

2 thoughts on “Apocryphal”

  1. At last – a ten-letter word (and a tough one at that). Here goes:

    Apocryphal tales, I’ve heard said
    Persist after true ones are dead.
    One fake quote or two
    Can make it seem true
    Regardless of how it’s misread.

    You see; to appeal to the mob
    Politicians don’t have a hard job,
    Hiding truth behind lies
    As their words tantalise,
    Leaving good folk with nowt but a sob.

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