1. Rhetorical strategy, often used by Donald Trump, to trivialize the humanity, dignity, needs, or opinions of those with who he disagrees or dislikes by treating them as emotionless objects;
2. Similar to reification, which comes from the Latin res meaning “thing” and fication, a suffix related to facere, which means “to make;”
3. Trump’s tendency to refer to people, especially women, as “it,” rather than a gendered pronoun;
4. Voted the word that is “Most Fun to Say,” but with the worst meaning.