[gohld-wi-niz-uh m] /ˈgoʊld wɪˌnɪz əm/

a phrase or statement involving a humorous and supposedly unintentional misuse of idiom, as “Keep a stiff upper chin,” especially such a statement attributed to Samuel , as “Include me out.”.

1937, in reference to the many malaprop remarks credited to U.S. film producer Samuel G. Goldwyn (1882-1974); the best-known, arguably, being “include me out.”


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