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This ain't Britain and I don't speak British English.

And it appears you need some learning on American English.

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This ain't Britain and I don't speak British English.

And it appears you need some learning on American English.

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Sounds like you're engaging in wankerism, old chap. :eek: :ROFLMAO:
 

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This ain't Britain and I don't speak British English.

And it appears you need some learning on American English.

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Is traitorism a Scrabble word?
Yes. The word traitorism is a Scrabble US word. The word traitorism is worth 12 points in Scrabble:

Proves my point. It's also a perfectly acceptable US word.
 

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Speaking as an English English-speaker, I can't say I've ever seen the word 'tratorism' used in the old country.

Treason? ALL the time.

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Speaking as an English English-speaker, I can't say I've ever seen the word 'tratorism' used in the old country.

Treason? ALL the time.

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"tratorism" isn't even a word....but "traitorism" is.
 

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A traitor is a person with too much traitorocity in their character.
 
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Who is the most traitorous traitor? The one that is the most traitoristly.
 

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Is traitorism a Scrabble word?
Yes. The word traitorism is a Scrabble US word. The word traitorism is worth 12 points in Scrabble:

Proves my point. It's also a perfectly acceptable US word.
Reliance on scrabble? It proves all 12 of your points.

And my single one from your day 1.

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Back in the day, Caesar was protected by the Traitorian Guard. :geek:

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Never saw it, even when you were conversating with someone?
I can say with utter confidence that I've never dialogued with anyone where that word was used.
 
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Either way, I agree. Kicked out of his office and locked out of the building.
Execution by firing squad or hanging isn’t out of the question. At the very least tarred and feathered and run out of town in shame.
And as you’ve probably guessed by now,
No. I’ve never liked the guy.
 
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