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At the dictionary, we have a little and we have a lot. We also have Jenny from the Block.
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Why did fans send word searches 📈 this week?
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Dictionary.com 10h
Replying to @GBabyWeeks
Some might say taste. Not us, but some. See: def. 20
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Dictionary.com 10h
To “slip” is to move or go quietly, cautiously, or unobtrusively. E.g. Fox News says Nazis and anti-Semites have slipped through several primaries.
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Searches for the word exculpatory have 🚀 8884% on in the past 24 hours.
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Dictionary.com 13h
Today's Word of the Day is carte blanche. Read the full definition here:
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. fans, you did it again. You scored a spot on the trending word list!
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Dictionary.com Jul 20
Track record. A record of achievements or performance. E.g. Shonda Rimes’ Shondaland.
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Dictionary.com Jul 20
Take it from the horse’s mouth, to hold one's horses means to check one's impulsiveness.
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Dictionary.com Jul 20
Replying to @jimmyfallon
Dear Jimmy’s Sister, Over here we call that towed.
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Dictionary.com Jul 20
What's incredible about the Hulk? How about what linguists have noticed about his language?
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Dictionary.com Jul 20
Psst ... there's something out there that rhymes with silver too!
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Dictionary.com Jul 20
The Circle Game is just a game, so why did interest rocket up more than 1,000 percent?!
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Dictionary.com Jul 20
Narrow escape: A barely successful flight from or avoidance of danger or trouble. See also:
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Dictionary.com Jul 20
took astronauts to the 🌙, but Apollo was the (mythical) god of light.
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Dictionary.com Jul 20
Something tells us Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong didn't bring these back on .
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Dictionary.com Jul 20
Today's Word of the Day is tummler. Who does it remind you of? Read the full definition here:
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Dictionary.com Jul 20
Paging all fans. Do you know which resident of Asgard Friday is named for?
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Dictionary.com Jul 19
Pull: To draw or haul toward oneself or itself, in a particular direction, or into a particular position. Also pull: Something you do ... closer.
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