Word of the Day (off-kilter)-25MAR21

Word of the Day (off-kilter)-25MAR21

Today’s “Word of the Day” is off-kilter” and it is an adjective meaning “not in the usual sate/condition, out of balance; unconventional, strange, weird, unusual, outlandish, eccentric, erratic; uneven, skewed, distorted”.

Example Sentence: Regardless, when Republicans want to make it tougher to vote than to purchase a gun, something is definitely off-kilter. The shooter in Georgia had an easier time buying his weapon of choice than the state’s voters will face if the Republican-controlled legislature has its way. Sometimes “freedom” sounds one-sided. Imagine that.

Word of the Day (off-kilter)-25MAR21

This word is present in The Guardian article  Guns but not votes: Republican fealty to the constitution is completely one-eyed and click here to read it.

Courtesy: The Guardian

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