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can we say



can we say

  1. Used sarcastically to draw attention to a motive or agenda.
    • 2003, "TravIsGod", OT: I guess the more they complain... (on newsgroup
      >Walter Thurmond Bishop, Thurmond's nephew and the chief federal
      >bankruptcy court judge for South Carolina,

      Can we say NEPOTISM?
    • 2010, Vicki Salemi, Big Career in the Big City
      Wanna become a Debbie Downer? Then give in to your self-doubts and start listening to all the naysayers (believe me, there will be naysayers and it may come from the unlikeliest of places, like perhaps your BFF. Can we say jealous? Not everyone has the ability to pursue their own delicious dreams!)