Dacafreude

A new word, coined from DHS v. Regents and Biden v. Trump

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dacafreude

noun

enjoyment obtained when your opponents are bothered by precedent that previously bothered you.

Examples of dacafreude in a sentence

Conservatives who lost in DHS v. Regents felt dacafreude when the Biden Administration's rescission of "Remain in Mexico" failed under the Regents test.

First known use of dacafreude

Today.