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Definition of "borking" [borking]

  • Present participle of bork. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "borking" in a sentence
  • "apparently there are on a few on this board dont remember abe fortas or carswell, or some other nixon appointees; although the term borking starts with Kennedy, there appears to be considerable precedent for treating judicial nominations as political footballs."
  • "Put aside the irony of Bork "borking" a Supreme Court nominee."
  • "In the years after the Saturday Night Massacre, a well-known joke said that "borking" was "firing a man for doing exactly what he was hired to do" i.e."