Some Southerners might feel a great deal of pride knowing an online dictionary just added the contraction 'y'all' to its pages.
I saw a commercial featuring a tune I hadn't heard before. I wish I still hadn't heard it because it contained the non-word 'conversate.'
Cambridge Dictionary made its pick for the 2020 Word of the Year based on search results during COVID-19. The choice won't surprise you.
In honor of Dictionary Day, a newspaper compiled words added to the dictionary over the years to show which appeared when you were born!
Whatevs, a word some might insist isn't one, is officially in the dictionary. It's a decision that is riling grammar enthusiasts.
The Singular They controversy continued making headlines this week as a star adopted the pronoun and a dictionary officially added the term.
The list of generations names just grew as 'Generation Z' was added to Dictionary.com. But that's not the only name for our youngest generation.
Approximately 300 new words have been added to Dictionary.com in the last week, ranging from selections like Afrofuturism to womp womp.
The annual selection of a word of the year can be very telling when you look back at the past 12 months. This year, that word is 'justice.'
It has been two years since golf great Arnold Palmer passed away, but one of the things he's known for is finally receiving recognition in the dictionary.