New word called Modilie in Oxford dictionary, Rahul Gandhi takes fresh swipe at PM Modi, Rahul Gandhi explains meaning of new English word. Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday mocked Prime Minister Narendra Modi with a new word “Modilie”. The meme even shows how to use the word in sentences with examples such as “He is such a Modiliar”, “He just keeps Modilying” and “Look look there goes a Modiliar”.
In the meme posted by Rahul Gandhi, one can see the entry on ‘English Living Dictionaries’. ‘Modilie’ has been described as a noun, meaning “To constantly Modify the truth”. Two forms of usage of the term is said to To lie incessantly and habitually and To lie without respite. A closer look at Rahul Gandhi’s tweet reveals that the logo of the Oxford dictionary, he claims to have included the word “Modilie”, is slightly different from the original logo of the site.
In a post on Twitter, Rahul said: “There’s a new word in the English Dictionary” .He attached a screenshot of the entry in the ‘English Living Dictionaries’, which described the word as a noun. Gandhi reportedly tweeted the information twice. In his first tweet, he shared a screenshot with the logo reading “Oxford Living Dictionaries”, but in the new tweet, the logo was “English Living Dictionaries”, according to India Today.
The Congress president has repeatedly accused PM Modi of lying on issues, most prominently the Rafale fighter jet deal. Mr Gandhi has also accused the Prime Minister of not fulfilling promises made him and lying on developmental issues. Many BJP supporters were not impressed and took to Twitter to “bust” Mr Gandhi’s “lie”, pointing out that the word did not really exist in the dictionary. Several Congress supporters, on the other hand, cheered the party chief on what they saw as a clever taunt.
There’s a new word in the English Dictionary. Attached is a snapshot of the entry 🙂 pic.twitter.com/xdBdEUL48r
— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) 15 May 2019