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Chad vs. Incel

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Chadnoun

(uncountable) Small pieces of paper punched out from the edges of continuous stationery, or from ballot papers, paper tape, punched cards, etc.

Incelnoun

A member of an online subculture of people (mostly men) who define themselves as unable to find a romantic or sexual partner despite desiring one.

Chadnoun

(countable) One of these pieces of paper.

Incelnoun

(rare) Anyone who is not sexually active despite desiring to be.

Chadnoun

See Shad.

Incelnoun

"Involuntary celibacy": the state of not being sexually active despite wishing to be.

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Chadnoun

a small piece of paper that is supposed to be removed when a hole is punched in a card or paper tape

Inceladjective

(seduction community) Not having sexual relations despite wishing to.

Chadnoun

a lake in north central Africa; fed by the Shari river

Incel

An incel ( IN-sel), a portmanteau of , is a member of an online subculture of people who define themselves as unable to find a romantic or sexual partner despite desiring one. Discussions in incel forums are often characterized by resentment and hatred, misogyny, misanthropy, self-pity and self-loathing, racism, a sense of entitlement to sex, and the endorsement of violence against women and sexually active people.

‘involuntary celibate’;

Chadnoun

a landlocked desert republic in north-central Africa; was under French control until 1960

Chadnoun

a family of Afroasiatic tonal languages (mostly two tones) spoken in the regions west and south of Lake Chad in north central Africa

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Chadnoun

a landlocked country in northern central Africa; population 14,000,000 (estimated 2015); official languages, French and Arabic; capital, N'Djamena.

Chad

Chad ( (listen); Arabic: تشاد‎ Tšād, Arabic pronunciation: [tʃaːd]; French: Tchad, pronounced [tʃa(d)]), officially known as the Republic of Chad (Arabic: جمهورية تْشَاد‎ Jumhūriyyat Tšād; French: République du Tchad), is a landlocked country in north-central Africa. It is bordered by Libya to the north, Sudan to the east, the Central African Republic to the south, Cameroon to the south-west, Nigeria to the southwest (at Lake Chad), and Niger to the west.

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