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politically incorrect

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpolitically incorrectpoˌlitically incorˈrect adjective  language, behaviour, or attitudes that are politically incorrect might offend or insult someone politically incorrect jokes
Examples from the Corpus
politically incorrectIs a suntan just politically incorrect?Nora says it is not her island, that the idea of land ownership is absurd, not to mention politically incorrect.He has escaped lightly from other brushes with the law, and from politically incorrect condemnations of homosexuality, feminism and contraception.And, whispers an politically incorrect imp, than the pre-colonial and post-independence eras as well.Another ruled that a grassy lawn was politically incorrect on the grounds that not all children have gardens.The downside of cutting the Scouts a little slack is too politically incorrect to imagine.
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