These terms rose to popular use and officially entered dictionaries in the 2010s.
The decision came after a 313% search increase on the company's website.
"It’s simply not a usage that can be ignored anymore," one of the dictionary's editors said.
People searched for terms that reflected the ominous "send her back" tenor of Trump's rally, in which he ratcheted up his racist attacks.
Grifting season doesn't seem to be ending anytime soon, folks.
The dictionary publisher revealed its Word of the Year, and a Trump tweet helped it get picked.
No. It wasn't covfefe. But it does have to do with lying.
People are looking up words like "traitor" and "collusion" after President Trump's appearance with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Yes, the definition of “foe” remains the same.
“Contrary to popular belief, it doesn’t make me better at Scrabble, but it does make me proud.”