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#word of the year

# word-of-the-year - Friday 15 December, 2017

The Oxford Dictionary's word of the year is... 'Youthquake'

It has been used to describe young people driving political change.

# word-of-the-year - Thursday 3 November, 2016

Brexit beats Trumpism and throwing shade to be named 'word of the year'

According to Collins, anyway.

# word-of-the-year - Tuesday 17 November, 2015

The Oxford Dictionary's word of the year isn't a word... it's an emoji

And not just any emoji either. It’s the ‘crying laughing’ emoji…

From The Daily Edge Oxford Dictionary have named the bloody 'cry laughing' emoji the word of 2015 Totes Emoji

# word-of-the-year - Tuesday 18 November, 2014

From The Daily Edge 'Vape' named Oxford Dictionaries Word of the Year, beating out 'bae' and 'indyref' Word Of The Year

'Vape' named Oxford Dictionaries Word of the Year, beating out 'bae' and 'indyref'

Tough competition, you’ll agree.

# word-of-the-year - Tuesday 19 November, 2013

From The Daily Edge 'Selfie' is the international word of the year, so here are our selfies of the year Féinphic

'Selfie' is the international word of the year, so here are our selfies of the year

Papal selfies, astronaut selfies, Obama selfies… they’re all here.

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