The obscure word of the week is doryphore

This week’s obscure English word is doryphore. It’s a neologism that apparently originated in the 1950s, and means a pedantic and persistent critic. As a writer, I discover I am being stalked by such people with distressing frequency. Your challenge: write a sentence or two in the comments using this word. Copyright © Matthew Wright … More The obscure word of the week is doryphore