Bork
v. To attack a political opponent in a particularly vicious, partisan manner.

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"With similar regret, other Capitol Hill veterans insist there truly were better times of partisan disputation focused on ideas—before 'to Bork' was coined as a political attack verb, from the undermining of a Republican Supreme Court nominee.
—Francis X. Clines, "Partisan Rancor: Not Always So Bad for the National Soul," The New York Times

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