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January 2nd, 2014 - 11:34 am

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Great list from the WSJ, including “push the envelope,” “de-layering,” “passionate.”

The one I didn’t see on there but would make the top of my list is “synergy.” Synergy is the word used when one company wants to buy another company but doesn’t have a good reason why.

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Walk /walking back, as "had to walk back that statement."
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"Value-added takeaways."
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Yeah, "synergy" is so over-used it's ridiculous. The pity is that there are times when it is an astonishingly suitable word. Unfortunately, most people haven't a clue as to why to use it, so they therefore have no idea when to use it.
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"Unexpectedly".
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"gifting" We already have a word for that: giving.
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