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Hypoetical

I am caught in a strange quagmire of creativity that is causing me to question everything I have always assumed about my writing ability. As there is no known word in the English language to describe how I am feeling, I decided to pull rank as an English major and make up my own word. 519 more words

Writing

New words - 15 December 2014

cinderella surgery noun cosmetic surgery to the feet

We have all heard of people having nose jobs, boob jobs and liposuction – but now a new trend growing in popularity in America: Cinderella surgery. 114 more words

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Make Christmas Cake: check

This is my second time making The Christmas Cake. The last time was when my whole family went to Australia for Christmas, and I stayed in France, working at Hidden Cabin. 177 more words

Cooking

2014's Best New Additions To The Merriam-Webster Dictionary.

1. Catfish

I am actually surprised that this is an addition for this year. The term has been incredibly popular since MTV’s show Catfish 906 more words

Life

New words - 8 December 2014

reverse showrooming noun the practice of researching a product online and then going into a store in order to buy it

Brick and mortar retailers have been noticeably on the decline over the past few years due to stiff competition from online retailers. 162 more words

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Luka Radicevic reblogged this on English by Luka.

New words - 8 December 2014

reverse showrooming noun the practice of researching a product online and then going into a store in order to buy it

Brick and mortar retailers have been noticeably on the decline over the past few years due to stiff competition from online retailers. 162 more words

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week 13 ( new words from our OU topic , (finding information )

efficiently

adj.

1. Acting directly to produce an effect: an efficient cause. See Synonyms at effective.

2.

a. Acting or producing effectively with a minimum of waste, expense, or unnecessary effort. 470 more words