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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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I can only think that the 'brains trust' at Sky had this person there to make Neville, Carragher and Souness look good at their expert 'I told you so' style of punditry.
Pardew has been out of work since being sacked by Crystal Palace last December and, following a fruitless search for a new job, has turned to punditry.
Scholes' is as and as tackling his on Rooney curious Scholes' punditry is as biting and predictable as his tackling and his turnaround on Wayne Rooney is curious.
But with the MLS season scheduled to end in October, the 35-year-old will be free to perform his punditry duties thereafter.
ROY HODGSON has tipped Gary Neville to be a future England manager - as long as he ditches punditry and concentrates on coaching.
BRIAN O'Driscoll might not be ready to become the Roy Keane of rugby punditry just yet but the former Ireland captain has no intentions of pulling any punches in his new role in front of the camera.
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While dominated by polls and political punditry in recent months, topics usually cover every-thing from the more formal examinations of leading and lagging indicators to the informal deconstruction of the latest conventional wisdom arguments he happens upon.
On the Friday night I'm on my Blue Square Premier League punditry duty, covering Champions-elect Fleetwood's important home game with Lincoln.
He shoots brusque bullets from his thin Northern lips and his cricket punditry is as obdurate as his batting.
Why do racegoers stand for this or the even more intolerable practice of blasting non-stop punditry of the most redundant kind on racecourse PA systems, making it impossible to hold a conversation, never mind concentrating on the horses or just enjoy a day out in the open air.