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pundit

1. (formerly) a learned person
2. a Brahman learned in Sanskrit and, esp in Hindu religion, philosophy or law

pundit

An expert or knowledgeable person. From "pandit" in Hindi. See guru.
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The discussion was geared toward helping the print journalist make the transition to broadcast punditry.
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Known as much for his no-nonsense punditry on TV and radio as for his goal scoring, former Arsenal and England footballer Ian Wright co-hosts the show.
However, it appears he will have to relinquish his high-profile punditry role with Setanta Sports.
Woodward's reputation is such that he covers whatever he wants whenever he wants to and pontificates blandly on Larry King Live even though his boss is one of journalism's loudest critics of talking-head punditry.
AMONG the mostly secular press and punditry, there seems to be a consensus about Pope John Paul II: He was a man of admirable courage and principle - and his successor should be precisely the opposite.
Reid is fulfilling punditry duties here in Portugal along with the likes of Mick McCarthy and Gordon Strachan.
My host was violating the fundamental rule of TV punditry.
But before I get to this, allow me to share with you a truly bizarre and revealing moment in the land of punditry, in case you were doing something constructive (like your laundry) instead of watching these bozos.
TV punditry at the World Cup has suffered because of the lack of hostility on the panel.
The dogs in the street are saying the black card is not making the game better and those people who went canvassing at Congress last year need to open their eyes and stop hiding beyond their own punditry.
That is the limit of my football analysis" Sports reporter Clare Balding on the PS505 silk garment the former Arsenal star wore while engaged in World Cup punditry.