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fauxpology

blending; noun
An incinsere apology.
 
This term is used to refer to an apology one does not believe to be heartfelt. The term is used in reference to apologies that are not believed to be genuine.
Etymology : Faux late 20th century from French, literally ‘false.’ Apology from French apologie, or via late Latin from Greek apologia ‘a speech in one's own defense,’ from apo ‘away’ + -logia.
Source : “I didn’t want to hear another fauxpology so I left the room.” 10/25/11
Last modified: 5 December 2011


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