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Funny story: New words of 2014

New words of 2014

The latest edition of the Dorking Standard English Dictionary was released to the shops this week. Publishers were celebrating after the number of words increased 3% on last year to reach a record 800,000. It means that the English language has completed its recovery since the great word crash of 2002 when many words were lost. Here are a selection of the new words which have made it into the d...
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Funny story: Startling New Definitions In Dictionary Update

Startling New Definitions In Dictionary Update

The Oxford English Dictionary online has been updated to include some "Americanisms." Last year the quarterly publications included new words or terms such as "Selfing" and "OMG,." as in "OMG, I Am, Like, Literally Unfriending You." The new online update includes: Bullshit. n, adj. A term associated with such politicians as Sen. Ted Cruz of the state of Texas, who was both a brilliant und...
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Funny story: Victoria Coren announces Britain's Favourite Word

Victoria Coren announces Britain's Favourite Word

After a year long survey conducted by the BBC ahead of their new BBC4 high-brow show, Britain's Favourite Word, that favourite word has been identified as 'sparkle'. Victoria Coren will be hosting the new show which will spend the next ten weeks b...
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