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a social blunder; faux pas.
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Political gaffe - Wikipedia


A political gaffe is an error made by a politician that is reported to the public. When made by a politician who is campaigning for office or party leadership, gaffes ...

Gaffe | Gaffe Definition by Merriam-Webster


Define gaffe: a mistake made in a social situation — gaffe in a sentence.

gaffe - Dictionary Definition : Vocabulary.com


A gaffe is a mistake that embarrasses you in front of others. If you run into a friend out with her grey-haired father, and you blurt out, "Oh, hi, you must be Tara's ...

gaffe Definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary


gaffe definition, meaning, what is gaffe: a remark or action that is a social mistake and not considered polite: . Learn more.

Gaffe - definition of gaffe by The Free Dictionary


A clumsy social error; a faux pas: "The excursion had in his eyes been a monstrous gaffe, a breach of sensibility and good taste" (Mary McCarthy). 2. A blatant ...

Gaffe | Define Gaffe at Dictionary.com


Gaffe definition, a social blunder; faux pas. See more.

Urban Dictionary: gaffe


gaffe. A social blunder, usually verbal. "Them Jews man, what a bunch of big nosed cry babies, always banging on about the holocaust. It happened like a ...

gaffe – Political Dictionary


gaffe. An unintentional comment that causes a politician embarrassment. The term often refers to a politician inadvertently saying something publicly that they ...