What Does REMOANER Mean in a Text?

REMOANER means "Anyone Not Expressly In Favour Of Britain's Exit From The European Union (Pejorative Term)".

The word REMOANER is used to describe "Anyone Not Expressly In Favour Of Britain's Exit From The European Union," as decided in the referendum of June 2016. REMOANER is used to refer to anyone who raises any concerns about the possible negative impacts of BREXIT (British Exit).

REMOANER is a pejorative term, typically used to stifle debate. However, between friends with different opinions, it can also be used in a light-hearted, humorous way.

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When I write REMOANER, I mean this:

meaning of REMOANER

A REMOANER is anyone who questions the benefits of BREXIT.

Summary of Key Points

"Anyone Not Expressly In Favour Of Britain's Exit From The European Union (Pejorative Term)" is the most common definition for REMOANER on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
Definition:Anyone Not Expressly In Favour Of Britain's Exit From The European Union (Pejorative Term)
Type:Slang Word (Jargon)
Guessability:guessability level 3

3: Guessable

Typical Users:typical user

Adults and Teenagers

Examples of REMOANER in Sentences

Here are examples of REMOANER being used in conversations:
  • Dave: I heard on the news that lots of banks have opened new offices in Frankfurt, to be ready for BREXIT.
  • Janice: Fake news! REMOANER propaganda!
  • Rod: The REMOANERs are always looking on the negative side.
  • Karen: Yes. They should give BREXIT a chance.

An Academic Look at REMOANER

As it is formed by merging two words into one, REMOANER is classified as a portmanteau word. (It is formed by amalgamating remain and moaner.)

What Did We Say before Texting and Social Media?

Before the digital era, we might have said something like "Those who won't accept we are right" instead of using REMOANER.

Example of REMOANER Used in a Text

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