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(verb) to expose to shame or blame by means of falsehood and misrepresentation / (verb) violate betray

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Jeremy Corbyn was the traduced laughing-stock leader of a broken and divided opposition

—p.x by Richard Seymour
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Jeremy Corbyn was the traduced laughing-stock leader of a broken and divided opposition

—p.x by Richard Seymour
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(noun) brotherhood community / (noun) an organized society or fellowship / (noun) a devotional or charitable association of Roman Catholic laity

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Where once the Blairites seemed unshakeable in their power, their ruthless sodality has finally bitten the dust in Labour's leaership elections of 2015

whoaaa

—p.2 by Richard Seymour
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Where once the Blairites seemed unshakeable in their power, their ruthless sodality has finally bitten the dust in Labour's leaership elections of 2015

whoaaa

—p.2 by Richard Seymour
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(adjective) of little or no consequence; trifling inconsequential / (adjective) having no force; inoperative

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MacDonald’s ministry kept its sights low, noting that a minority government could not be expected to achieve all that much. Such nugatory reforms as it did offer included improvements to housing and welfare provision

—p.99 by Richard Seymour
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MacDonald’s ministry kept its sights low, noting that a minority government could not be expected to achieve all that much. Such nugatory reforms as it did offer included improvements to housing and welfare provision

—p.99 by Richard Seymour
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(adjective) extremely loud

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The strike, the largest in British history, was adroitly encircled and dismantled by a government having wide recourse to emergency measures, police and military crackdowns and a stentorian campaign of vilification.

—p.101 by Richard Seymour
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The strike, the largest in British history, was adroitly encircled and dismantled by a government having wide recourse to emergency measures, police and military crackdowns and a stentorian campaign of vilification.

—p.101 by Richard Seymour
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(noun) an intervening space

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In the interstices of economic decline there had arisen unprecedented levels of poverty

—p.151 by Richard Seymour
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In the interstices of economic decline there had arisen unprecedented levels of poverty

—p.151 by Richard Seymour
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(noun) harsh language or treatment arising from haughtiness and contempt / (noun) an instance of such language or treatment

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Blair drew upon his immense reserves of contumely for public error to issue a counterblast as imperious as it was self-serving.

—p.163 by Richard Seymour
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Blair drew upon his immense reserves of contumely for public error to issue a counterblast as imperious as it was self-serving.

—p.163 by Richard Seymour
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(adjective) hidden from sight; concealed / (adjective) difficult or impossible for one of ordinary understanding or knowledge to comprehend; deep / (adjective) of, relating to, or dealing with something little known or obscure

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it was an extremely odd moment to raise a recondite historical discussion

—p.184 by Richard Seymour
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it was an extremely odd moment to raise a recondite historical discussion

—p.184 by Richard Seymour
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(noun) a word irregular in inflection / (noun) a noun irregular in declension / (noun) one that deviates from common forms or rules / (adjective) deviating from common rules or forms

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Politically, their background was heteroclite. The biggest chunk of UKIP voters were ex-Tories

—p.188 by Richard Seymour
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Politically, their background was heteroclite. The biggest chunk of UKIP voters were ex-Tories

—p.188 by Richard Seymour
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make (something abstract) more concrete or real

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One of Corbyn’s virtues is that he is not overly impressed by that reified category we call ‘public opinion’.

—p.252 by Richard Seymour
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One of Corbyn’s virtues is that he is not overly impressed by that reified category we call ‘public opinion’.

—p.252 by Richard Seymour
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