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Definition of Nishimoto



  • To "Nishimoto" someone: to accuse someone of prejudice or bigotry when none exists.

    An example being, to fabricate a story in order to tarnish someone's image or to cover up your own prejudices. Synonyms: projection.

    Sentence: Some dude in a baret Nishimoto'd me the other day - I told him I didn't like crepes and he said I must hate French people.
    Some dude in a beret Nishimoto'd me the other day - I told him I didn't like crepes and he said that means I must hate French people. Sacrebleu!

    Last edited on Apr 06 2021. Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 06 2021.

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