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For the latter, decades worth of frequent use is needed, except in the rare instances that a language trend spreads quickly
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The latest edition of Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary has one region celebrating.
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Like the soul, the Voocule is not something that can be actually seen or picked up or even located. Therefore, it may require some mental gymnastics to understand.
The director of the Collins Free Online Dictionary, Alex Brown, says he likes to keep his "ear close to the ground." That
Perhaps we all have our own Schadenfreude palette (that is, the desire to gloat and find happiness in the misfortunes of others). Having thought about it, I instantly began to notice the said traits amongst friends, relatives and, indeed, total strangers. So I decided to collect them.
By Emily Temple For Flavorwire Every year, the American Dialect Society chooses a word of the year — and they’re not the