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Some of the highestscoring new words are quinzhee (29 points - an Inuit snow shelter) and schvitz (24 points - to sweat).
Figure 2 Presenting a New Word Introduce the new word [right arrow] Provide synonyms [right arrow] Describe or explain the word [right arrow] Use the word in a sentence
The new dictionary will consist of new words that have been used in at least three different publications since 1989.
Journalists, novelists, bloggers, editors, and writers of all kinds will benefit immensely from the new Word Exchange Solution.
May 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Hashtag , selfie , and tweep join over 150 new words and definitions added to Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary in 2014, available now in print and online at Merriam-Webster.
Next, the objects disappeared from view and infants overheard a conversation that included a new word, "blick.
The new words have all been submitted to the company's online lexicon CollinsDictionary.
New Word City llc is a leader in the emerging field of digital publishing, specializing in and pioneering short-form eBooks on a variety of topics, such as biographies, business, fiction, food, history, sports, and travel.
Psychologist Dr Jessica Horst and her team at the University of Sussex devised an experiment in which three year olds were exposed to two new words.
Rooneymania'' is one of the new words to be included in a special on-line version of Collins famous dictionary, launched today.
The skills workshop will be at Caedmon Hall, Gateshead, on the afternoon of May 21, with the New Word Order spoken word show at 7.