Word of the Year
Wordle today #604 hints and answer for Monday, February 13 puzzle
Today's five-letter answer is a noun, with three vowels, and no repeating letters.
Dictionary.com's Word of the Year Might Be a Surprising Choice, Site Says
"In the past few decades, the term has evolved to take on a more nuanced and specific meaning," the website's John Kelly said about the word "allyship."
Vaccine is Merriam-Webster's 2021 Word of the Year, Insurrection Runner-up
Vaccine was chosen in part because of a 608 percent increase in the number of times the word was searched in 2020 and a 1,048 percent increase this year.
Oxford, Collins Dictionaries Pick 2021 Words of the Year: Vax, NFT
NFT is an abbreviation for non-fungible token. The term vax can be used as a noun or verb and is the root for other common phrases such as "getting vaxed."
Dictionary.com Chooses 'Misinformation' as Word of Year
Politicians spreading disinformation or misinformation is nothing new, but what is new is the spread of misinformation on social media platforms that is entirely fictitious and actual fake news.
'Fake News' Is the Word of the Year
"Fidget spinner" and "gender-fluid" also get a nod.
The Liberal Self-Soothing of 'Covfefe'
As long as we have "covfefe," we'll be all right. Maybe.
'Post-Truth' is Word of 2016 Thanks to Trump and Brexit
Other contenders included "alt-right," "glass cliff" and "woke."
'Brexit' Named Word of the Year in the U.K.
"Dude food" and "JOMO" have also seen a rise in popularity in 2016.
The Most Useless Words of 2015
TBH, piecaken won't make anyone less hangry.