Congress MP Shashi Tharoor, who is understood for his eloquent English, routinely unleashes word-bombs in his speeches and social media that only a few folks comprehend. It is not any lie that his use of prolonged and weird English phrases ceaselessly causes amused social media customers to seek for their definitions on Google.
As per particulars posted on social media, Mr Tharoor was attending a chat present known as the Lungleng Show which was hosted by R Lungleng in Nagaland. In the session, the Congress MP was interacting with the youth of the state. However, a person, sitting within the viewers part did one thing which amused the host. The man carried an Oxford dictionary with himself to the occasion to decipher the senior Congress chief’s vocabulary.
In the video shared by Mr Lungleng, a dictionary is seen on the person’s lap as he pans the digicam to Mr Tharoor sitting on the stage.
“Someone in Nagaland actually introduced Oxford Dictionary to my present to hearken to Dr. @ShashiTharoor. Bringing Dictionary alongside was only a joke assertion till I noticed this,” reads the caption of the put up.
Someone in Nagaland actually introduced Oxford Dictionary to my present to hearken to Dr. @ShashiTharoor. 😅
Bringing Dictionary alongside was only a joke assertion till I noticed this. pic.twitter.com/Qiz3E2sv3i
— R Lungleng (@rlungleng) February 26, 2023
Since being shared, the video has amassed over a thousand views. Many customers could not assist however put up laughing emojis.
In the previous, the author-politician-wordsmith has despatched the web to frantically search their dictionaries to see if some phrases truly exist. Mr Tharoor took a dig on the BJP with the phrase ‘allodoxaphobia’, which he defined was an irrational worry of opinions.
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The Congress MP had earlier joked about with politician KT Rama Rao over the names of COVID-19 drugs and added the unusual time period “floccinaucinihilipilification.” The definition of the phrase given by the Oxford Dictionary is “the motion or behavior of estimating one thing as nugatory.”
He has beforehand baffled audiences with phrases like “farrago” and “troglodyte.”
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