Definition of police
- added to a standard English word or phrase, to form a phrase meaning people who are rigidly pedantic on the subject in question, and tend to correct others, e.g. "grammar police"; "poetry police".
I know the poetry police would say that that doesn't rhyme properly, but who cares?
The grammar police would object to that as a double-negative, but Shakespeare used them, so there.
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