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noun | bank · trump | /baNGk trəmp/
1. Moral insolvency; ethically challenged or completely lacking in a particular desirable quality, attribute or value.
2. Of, relating to, a person or entity who is lacking or lost the ability to distinguish between right and wrong.
3. Sanctimonious; severely lacking morals while pretending to be morally superior to others with the intent of getting the better of a person or situation.
4. Of, or relating to alternate facts, reality or rhetoric with the intent to deceive or mask the truth for personal gain.
Origin & Etymology:
(n.) bankrupt -banca rott (Italian): to break.
bankruptcy - (n.) the condition of completely lacking a good or desired quality.
trump - (v.) triumph (English): to beat; to get the better of
someone or something by saying or doing something better.
 Mesthrie, Rajend (1995). Language and Social History: Studies in South African Sociolinguistics. p. 225.
The English language is constantly evolving, often the result of generational, societal, and cultural events, entertainment and media, lyrics, slang, and contemporary anecodotes that are indicative of the times we live in. When a specific notion
is lacking a term in a given language a neologism is created. This can be a word, phrase or expression that may be in the process of entering common use, but has yet to be fully accepted into mainstream language, much like the newly
We would like to introduce such a modern-day neologism to
the urban lexicon; a blended word formed from the parts of
two or more other words. We invite you to embrace and share this unique word formation as part of the new world order.
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