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Latest new entries – Oxford English Dictionary

Latest new entries – Help with using OED Online – Oxford English Dictionary

It’s hard to believe that dickwad, dipshit and dagnabbit weren’t included previously. They’ve been in my vocab since I was a little kid.

same with alley-oop and wussy.

Although croque monsieur was new to me just 3 yrs ago.

I’m still wondering what a buttlegger is though….

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