incorrectness incorrectness


  1. (n) lack of conformity to social expectations
  2. (n) the quality of not conforming to fact or truth



  1. The nattering nabobs kept their ears open and reported Agnew's verbal misdemeanors of political incorrectness.
  2. Call it ethnocomedy, multicultural humor, a plunge into political incorrectness.
  3. She is the absolute triumph of political incorrectness.


  • Live from E3: South Park: The Stick of Truth mixes vulgarity, fun

    The Denver Post was at E3 in Los Angeles all last week, covering the latest in video games. South Park: The Stick of Truth Platform: Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC Release Date: Q4 2013 Joe’s thoughts: The upcoming South Park: The Stick of Truth is filled with crude humor, political incorrectness, foul language and animated [...]
    on June 22, 2013     Source: Denver Post


  1. CLEBURNE, Texas, Nov. 19 -- "Pat Robertson, you are FIRED, so sit down and shut up! Robertson's endorsement last week of Rudy Giuliani was his latest act of Biblical Incorrectness," said Daniel Schinzing, author of "God is Simple: The True...
    on Nov 19, 2007 By: Daniel Source: Earthtimes

  2. ...on its basis the revolutionary party must concretely evolve the base political line of struggle, of which Comrade Mao Zedong spoke in his language as "The correctness or incorrectness of the ideological and political line decides...
    on Oct 27, 2005 By: Mao Zedong Source: United We Blog (blog)

  3. "I tend to take a more practical and pragmatic approach to things, rather than a theoretical or ideological approach," Roberts said. "But I do think when it gets into an area where the correctness or incorrectness or my agreement or...
    on Sep 13, 2005 By: John Roberts Source: FOXNews

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