Merriam-Webster Adds New Words to the Dictionary

Well apparently our everyday slang is driving the English language!

Merriam-Webster just announced a bunch of new words they're adding to the dictionary, and it's like they just wrote down the things we say everyday!

Here's some of the highlights...

1. Throw shade - To express contempt or disrespect for someone publicly, especially by subtle or indirect insults or criticisms.

2. Weak sauce - Something inferior, ineffective, or unimpressive.

3. Face palm - To cover one's face with the hand as an expression of embarrassment, dismay, or exasperation.

4. Binge watch - To watch many or all episodes of a TV series in rapid succession.

5. Truther - One who believes that the truth about an important subject or event is being concealed from the public by a powerful conspiracy.

6. Photobomb - To move into the frame of a photograph as it is being taken as a joke or prank.

7. Ghost - To abruptly cut off all contact with someone by no longer accepting or responding to phone calls, instant messages, etc.

8. Train wreck - An utter disaster or mess.

CLICK HERE to see ALL the new words!

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