USA TODAY What's a dotard? Twitter goes wild after Kim Jong Un's vocab Trump burnUSA TODAY"The word as used today commonly means 'a person in his or her dotage,'" Merriam-Webster said shortly after the word went viral, adding that dotage: "is a state or period of senile decay marked by decline of mental poise and […]
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