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- omnishambles is a neologism first used in the bbc political satire the thick of it. the word is compounded from the latin prefix omni-, meaning 'all',
- its film spin-off in the loop. he is credited with inventing the word omnishambles, which was named 2012 word of the year by the oxford english dictionary
- kirchner) obamacare (2008) saddlebacking (2009) corporacracy (2001) omnishambles (2012) chapulling (2013) bauhaus (early 20th century) identikit (1960s)
- kennedy. 'omnishambles among new words added to oxford dictionaries online , books'. the guardian. retrieved 2014-08-09.  'bbc news - omnishambles named
- show to real life, with will smith commenting that the use of the word 'omnishambles', coined in the third series, becoming a political meme in the months
- from the budget, even people within downing street are calling it an omnishambles budget. — ed miliband mp, prime ministers questions, 18 april 2012
- leader of the opposition ed miliband when he labelled the 2012 budget an 'omnishambles', a word coined by political comedy series the thick of it. the word
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