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   According to USA TODAY¹, Oxford Dictionaries has recently added more than 300 words to its official lexicon.

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Fitspiration” and “Craptacular are beauties…

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For definitions of these and 6 more, use the DOOR.

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   Fitspiration  – (n)  A person or thing that serves as motivation for someone to sustain or improve heath and fitness.

   Craptacular  - (adj)  Remarkably poor or disappointing.

   Haterade – (n)  Excessive negativity, criticism, or resentment.

   In vino veritas – (exclamation)  Under the influence of alcohol, a person tells the truth.

   Climate refugee – (n)  A person who has been forced to leave their [sic] home as the result of the effects of climate change on their [sic] environment.

   Drunk Text – (n)  A text message sent while drunk, typically one that is embarrassing or foolish.

   Sausage fest – (n)  An event or group in which the majority of participants are male.

   Yas – (exclamation)  Expressing great pleasure or excitement.

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   “Oxford updates its collection every three months, often reflecting new term and popular slang. Slang and vulgar terms are marked as such, and Oxford defended their additions: ‘Slang terms are just as real as any other word, and are included in the dictionary in just the same way.’ “

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   ¹ All information herein, including the quotation and excluding the “[sic]“, is from Josh Hafner’s article, “Yas! Oxford Dictionaries adds entries to collection,” that appeared in USA TODAY (Feb. 28, 2017).