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'If I had a pound for every time I'd used the word youthquake, I'd be penniless.'
“Youthquake” was actually coined back in 1965, so to be fair, young people might be forgiven if they haven’t heard the word
A six-year-old boy is campaigning to get the word “levidrome” added into the Oxford English Dictionary Levi Budd, from British
Merriam-Webster, which has quite the reputation for being the sassiest dictionary on Twitter, defined the noun ‘dotard’ as
Parents around the UK are being invited to contribute to the Oxford English Dictionary’s (OED) research into the language
I learnt what a white lie was in a Sainsbury's car park when I was about seven. Someone asked my Mother whether she had any
“Post-truth” has been named as Oxford Dictionaries’ word of the year - but what about the other contenders? The winning word
Read more on The Huffington Post “Post-truth” has been named as Oxford Dictionaries’ word of the year after a spike in its
How many Essex girls does it take to sign an online petition?  More than 5,000 women have now given their support to a campaign
Oxford📕💖word is😂, many👩are😡, some are😀, be most think it's💩. In an age where people are limited to 140 characters
Etymology and words are not merely a lexicologist's care but can become a healthy passion for everyone. The Historical Thesaurus of the Oxford English Dictionary is one of those treasure books that give you wings. It is a compulsory volume in every home.
The Oxford English Dictionary has decided to add a host of new words and changed some existing definitions in light of recent
"Twerk", the word describing the dance craze ignited by Miley Cyrus, can be traced back to as early as 1820, according to
I may as well be a biased reviewer of David Crystal's books given that Words in Time and Place is the 30th book by the author