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The Oxford English Dictionary adds new words on a regular basis to reflect new cultural phenomena, but some of these words are just unbelievable.
Today is National Dictionary Day — here are the 10 most confusing words in the English language, according to Merriam-Webster
The most-looked up words in the Merriam-Webster's dictionary give us a peek into the most confusing words in the English language.
Like many languages, English borrows words and phrases from others. Here are the surprising origins of 10 everyday words.
Scrabble added 300 new words to its dictionary — these are the 22 most controversial ones you can use to win
Merriam-Webster released the sixth edition of “The Official Scrabble Players Dictionary." From puggle to OK, here are the wildest new words that are officially Scrabble-ready.
The word "run" is anticipated to have approximately 645 different meanings in the next Oxford English Dictionary, set for a 2037 release.
Words like "nationalism," "pansexual," and "laurel" from the notorious "laurel or yanny" debate were some of the most looked-up words of 2018.
People looked up "justice" 74% more than they did in 2017 as it was at the heart of many national conversations in 2018, the dictionary said.
‘OK’ was just added to the Scrabble dictionary, and experts are saying it could change how Scrabble is played
Scrabble players can now play the word "OK," according to the latest update to the Scrabble dictionary released on Monday. Not everyone agrees with the decision, but there's no question it will change Scrabble strategy for expert players.
Many unexpected things have been banned from schools over the years. Backpacks, hooded sweatshirts, and bottled water are off limits at some US schools. Even seemingly innocent things like the dictionary and the game of tag have been banned before.
The dictionary is a living document that changes as our language does. Every year, new words are created and added to the dictionary. Merriam-Webster added 850 words and definitions to the dictionary in March 2018. Here are 10 words you didn’t know were part of the dictionary.