More candidates exist to replace "gypsy" than the Republicans have to succeed
the current U.S. president.Although both the current president and "gypsy" are
performing quite well, "gypsy" is not constrained by term limits Michael Fuerst
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On Monday, January 25, 2016 12:56 PM, Caroline Barnes via Callers
Dear callers seeking alternatives to "gypsy":
My sister, Laura, suggested "compass" as an alternate term. I haven't used
it yet, but I think it could work well:
1. It has the same number of syllables as the word it's replacing, plus distinct
consonant sounds. 2. It's recognizable. 3. It makes thematic sense. Besides being an
instrument that describes circles, "compass" also used to mean "go around
something in a circular course."
Let me know how it goes if you try it!
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