It’s still not in dictionaries, but “parade of horribles” now means two distinct things: a quirky, parodic Fourth of July custom celebrated in New England towns, and in the legal world, a scornful putdown about fearmongering from your opponents. The story of the journey from a noble parade of veterans to the Supreme Court’s “broccoli horrible.”
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