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Merriam-Webster chooses 'feminism' as 2017 word of the year

Merriam-Webster 2016 Word-of-the-Year: “Fuuuuuuuuuuck”


... protest marches against the US President, the #MeToo campaign around sexual harassment and the superhero box office hit Wonder Woman, the F word shot to ...

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... against US President Donald Trump following his inauguration, in Sydney on January 21, 2017. A Women's March kicked off, the first of a series of global ...

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Word of the Year 2017

Feminism named word of the year by the dictionary publisher


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On 18 April, Prime Minister Theresa May, leader of the Conservatives, called a snap election triggering seven weeks of intense political campaigning.

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In the 19th century, 'world-building' described the imaginative realm of artists and poets. Today, it is most often used to describe the creation of an ...



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Youthquake revealed as 2017's Oxford Dictionary's word of the year

The word baguette has a diverse work history, so to speak, in the English language. It is a French borrowing that means "rod" in its native language and was ...




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The word 'pants' comes to us from an Anglicization of the character's name, "Pantaloon."


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'Reduplication' is the process of repeating a word ('goody-goody') or adding another that sounds very similar.





Camelopard is an archaic word for "giraffe." It comes from Greek kamēlopardalis, from kamēlos ("camel") and pardalis ("leopard"). Never mind that giraffes ...


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