a person who criticizes the actions or decisions of others after the fact, using hindsight to assess situations and specify alternative solutions.
(mainly US & Canadian, informal) a person who criticizes or suggests alternative courses of action from a position of hindsight after the event in question
A person who is good at predicting things that have already happened and at pointing out the errors of quarterbacks and other leaders; armchair general
[1932+; fr the fact that Monday is the first weekday or business day after the weekend, when school and college football games are played]
[muhn-deyz, -deez] /ˈmʌn deɪz, -diz/ adverb 1. on Mondays. [muhn-dey, -dee] /ˈmʌn deɪ, -di/ noun 1. the second day of the week, following Sunday. /ˈmʌndɪ; -deɪ/ noun 1. the second day of the week; first day of the working week Old English mondæg, monandæg “Monday,” literally “day of the moon,” from mona (genitive monan; see […]
[mawnd] /mɔ̃d/ noun, French. 1. the world; people; society.
[mon-di-green] /ˈmɒn dɪˌgrin/ noun 1. a word or phrase resulting from a mishearing of another word or phrase, especially in a song or poem. /ˈmɒndɪˌɡriːn/ noun 1. a word or phrase that is misinterpreted as another word or phrase, usually with an amusing result
- Mondeo man
/mɒnˈdeɪəʊ/ noun 1. (Brit, informal) a middle-class man, seen as typically driving a Ford Mondeo and preferring to do this rather than use public transport