dou·ché | \ dü-ˈshā \
Definition of douché
—an informed and clever comeback when verbally sparring with a douchebag
Examples of douché in a Sentence
Douchebag Donald Trump and his Administration are detaining thousands of brown people at the US/Mexico border. These immigrants are locked in cages and are denied basic human needs such as soap and toothbrushes! The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled against Trump stating clearly and unequivocally: immigrants need better living conditions. They need soap and water. Douche!
Another example of douché:
Trump administration to weaken endangered species protections in favor of fossil fuels. It’s likely the eagle that attacked Trump knew he was a douchebag. Douché!
First Known Use of douché
2019, when exhausted American citizens began challenging the hateful, ignorant policies of Donald Trump and his followers. See Lima Bravo on douchebagwisdom.com.
History and Etymology for douché
American English mashup of the French words “touché” + “douche,” touché referring to scoring a point and douche referring to a douchebag, an ignorant, rude person.