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    "Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it."
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  • First Thanksgiving college football game played
    On November 30, 1876, Yale defeats Princeton, 2-0, in Hoboken, New Jersey in the first collegiate football game played on Thanksgiving. Nearly 1,000 fans attend the game, played in cold, rainy weather. "The friends of both colleges mustered in good force," the New York Times reports. "Several ...
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Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day
  • hoity-toity

    Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for November 30, 2021 is:

    hoity-toity • \hoy-tee-TOY-tee\  • adjective

    Hoity-toity means "pretentious, fancy, or pompous."

    // The guidance counselor emphasized that students do not need to go to a hoity-toity college to achieve success.   

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    Examples:

    "[Daniel Heider] says his post-high-school years were difficult. … 'I felt like I was at a disadvantage because everybody in DC is interning with a great congressman or is going to law school or is going to med school, and everybody's super hoity-toity and super important….'" — The Washingtonian, April 2021

    Did you know?

    Hoity-toity is believed to have been created as a rhyme based on the dialectal English word hoit, meaning "to play the fool." Hoity-toity can mean "foolish" (e.g., "… as though it were very hoity-toity of me not to know that royal personage." — W. Somerset Maugham, The Razor’s Edge), but it is most often used to mean "pretentious."




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