Dicks It seemed the Oxford English
Dictionary had reached rock bottom in 2013 when its word of the year was selfie.
Two of the longest dictionary-listed isograms, for example, are the 15-letter DERMATOGLYPHICS (listed in both The Oxford English
Dictionary and Webster's Third New International) and UNCOPYRIGHTABLE (in The Oxford English
The Oxford English
Dictionary definition agrees with this view: "Marriage is the formal union of a man and a woman, typically as recognised by law, by which they become husband and wife.
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THE Shadow Business Secretary, Chuka Umunna, must have thought Scousers do not have access to dictionaries when he heaped praises on our Mayor and called him " a real buccaneer" (a person acts in a reckless, adventurous and often unscrupulous way, especially in business, according to the Oxford English
Dictionary) as pointed out by someone on the ECHO's Politics website.
The humblebrag is defined by the Oxford English
Dictionary as "an ostensibly modest or self-deprecating statement whose actual purpose is to draw attention to something of which one is proud.
The Oxford English
Reference Dictionary defines "environment" as "surroundings and conditions, esp.
TAKING its first appearance in the Oxford English
Dictionary in 1714 as her starting point (when Dutch genever arrived and was rebirthed in Georgian England), in Gin Glorious Gin: How Mother's Ruin Became The Spirit Of London (Headline, PS14.
com/words/how-a-new-word-enters-an-oxford-dictionary) said that the Oxford University Press uses language research programmes such as the Oxford Reading Programme and the Oxford English
Corpus to track and get new words for its dictionaries.
The title analyses cliches in terms of their intended function and purpose and takes examples of actual usage from the Oxford English
The book is the only standard historical dictionary of Welsh and is broadly comparable in method and scope to the Oxford English
Marco Frigatti from Guinness World Records said: "'Selfies' have become part of main stream culture, with the word itself being accepted into the Oxford English