pa·thet·ic [puh-thet-ik] 1. causing or evoking pity, sympathetic sadness, sorrow, etc.; pitiful; pitiable: a pathetic letter; a pathetic sight. affecting or moving the feelings.3.pertaining to or caused by the feelings.4.miserably or contemptibly inadequate: In return for our investment we get a pathetic three percent interest. 5. Dick Morris
In what Merriam-Webster editors are attributing to the voluminous usage, or citations, the forthcoming 2009 edition of the world-famous dictionary has added political pundit Dick Morris' picture and name as one of the possible definitions for the word "pathetic."
"We had seriously thought that we'd be adding it to the definition of "fallacious" or "wrong" as in the sentence, 'Dick Morris is always wrong,'" said Webster's READ THE REST OF THE CLEARLY DEFINABLE STORY HERE
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