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26 Vocab Terms You Should Add to Your Daily Lexicon to Be Even More Impressive

By Amanda BellFebruary 15, 2016
You're the kinda gal/guy who turns blush when somebody calls you nerdy (compliment much?), you relish one-on-one chats with your elders ('cause... More  →
26 Vocab Terms You Should Add to Your Daily Lexicon to Be Even More Impressive

Cat Café and Cupcakery Combine! Okay, Okay, Just in a Dictionary.

By Taylor NolesSeptember 3, 2015
Everyone knows that it's fun to make up new words. Example: "Hurging" is when you hug somebody so hard that... More  →
Cat Café and Cupcakery Combine! Okay, Okay, Just in a Dictionary.

There Should Be A Word For That!

By Abbey ClarkeAugust 21, 2015
  Every night before we go to bed we thank William Shakespeare, Geoffrey Chaucer, and Jane Austen for the English language. English as... More  →
There Should Be A Word For That!

19 Words That Sound Like Something Else

By Jason SaenzMarch 18, 2014
The English language is a tricky thing. A word that compliments one person can insult another. A word you use loving with... More  →
19 Words That Sound Like Something Else

40 Things You Can Say Instead of Swearing

By Abbey ClarkeNovember 1, 2013
There’s nothing wrong with swearing on occasion, when it's absolutely called for (you've spilled pop rocks all over your keyboard; you've just... More  →
40 Things You Can Say Instead of Swearing

Today In Vocab News: Twerk's a Real Word Now

By Bailey_SwilleyAugust 28, 2013
Oxford has added the words “twerk” and “selfie” to its online dictionary. We’re not sure if Miley had... More  →
Today In Vocab News: Twerk's a Real Word Now

English Is Literally Disintegrating

By Valerie BurnAugust 14, 2013
There are two sides of the "literally" camp: those who misuse and overuse the word, and those who feel compelled to correct... More  →
English Is Literally Disintegrating

New Mashup Words for Summer

By Dave ArgentarJune 19, 2013
While we certainly have it better than the Germans in terms of word mashups (“Geschwindigkeitsbegrenzung” is their word for "speed... More  →
New Mashup Words for Summer