Dictionary.com's New Words

For word enthusiasts, the recent addition of 1700 words to Dictionary.com is a linguistic delight. Whether you love Scrabble or discovering new words, let's dive into some intriguing additions that add richness to our language.

"Mid" now serves as an adjective, expressing mediocrity or disappointment in a nuanced way—a versatile word for life's less glamorous moments.

"Bed rotting" captures the pleasure of spending hours in bed during the day, indulging in snacks and electronics. A voluntary retreat challenging societal norms with its decadent charm.

"Bussin" (b-u-s-s-i-n), an adjective, encapsulates greatness and wonder. Sprinkle it into conversations to express the vibrant energy of a truly bustling day.

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