premorse \pri-MAWRS\, adjective:
- Pertaining to the end of something irregularly shortened, as if bitten or broken off.
Premorse originates in botany and derives from the Latin praemorsus, "bitten off in front." Notice the relationship to morsel.
- When you complain about something for the sole purpose of brining it up in conversation to brag about it.
Man, I'm only getting 10MB/s download speed. Normally I get at least 15.
Quit bragplaining. We all know you're just bitching to show off.
What color did artist James Abbot McNeill Whistler dismiss as “just pink trying to be purple”?