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Impact
In 2015, Oxford Dictionaries (Oxford) selection for word of the year announced in October was a pictograph - officially called the "Face with Tears of Joy" emoji. Not to be outdone, in December Merriam Webster proclaimed that its word of the year for 2015, was the suffix - ism.
The World Post
The financial press has become inundated with the word "austerity." Since Greece's left-wing Syriza proclaimed an "anti-austerity revolution," strong adjectives, like "incredibly savage," precede that overused word.
Entertainment
It can be dilute your message. Or just seem inappropriate. Just after the death of Nelson Mandela, someone I know posted
Women
To read recent pieces in Slate, Jezebel, and the Washington Post, it seems that the selfie controversy counts as news, so I thought I'd explain why this middle-aged woman thinks it's much ado about nothing, except perhaps Second Wave silliness and shallow pop psychology.
Videos
Caroline breaks down the top trending stories on the internet including: Oxford Dictionaries announced 'Selfie' is the Word Of The Year, Costco sells the Bible as fiction, Monty Python reunion, and 5 Pointz painted white.
Videos
Oxford Dictionaries just announced that their Word of the Year for 2013 is selfie,which means "a photograph that one has taken of oneself, typically one taken with a smartphone or webcam and uploaded to a social media website."
Books
Oxford's word of the year last year was GIF. Other words that were shortlisted this year include bedroom tax, binge-watch
Videos
Twerking, the rump-busting up-and-down dance move long beloved on America's hip-hop scene, has officially gone mainstream. It's got the English dictionary entry to prove it.