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Merriam-Webster's Collegiate® Dictionary,
Eleventh Edition
New Words and Senses Sampler
Business and Economics Electronic Technology Food and Drink Foreign Borrowings Health and Medicine International English Law and Government Popular Culture Post 9-11 Effects Science and Mathematics Slang Sports Misc.
Business and Economics
Electronic Technology
bubble noun . . . . 5 : a state of
avatar noun . . . . 4 : an electronic
dead-cat bounce noun [from the
convergence . . . . noun . . . . 4 : the
industries, or devices into a unified whole sufficient height] (1985) : a brief and
insignificant recovery (as of stock prices)
dot-commer . . . . noun (1997) : a
golden handcuffs noun plural (1976) :
killer app noun (1988) : a computer
popularity that it assures the success ofthe technology with which it is headhunt . . . . transitive verb (1969) :
associated; broadly : a feature or
headhunted by three different firms>
intransitive verb : to recruit personnel for
lurk . . . . intransitive verb . . . . 3 : to
read messages on an Internet discussionforum (as a newsgroup or a chat room)without contributing information (asaddresses, schedules, and notes) Food and Drink
Foreign Borrowings
anandamide . . . . noun [Sanskrit
agita . . . . noun [South Italian dialect
ānanda joy, bliss + English amide] pronunciation of Italian acido, literally, (1992) : a derivative of arachidonic acid
heartburn, acid, from Latin acidus] that occurs naturally in the brain and in (1982) : a feeling of agitation or anxiety
some foods (as chocolate) and that bindsto the same brain receptors as the bludge . . . . verb . . . . [back-formation
from British argot bludger pimp, probablycontraction of bludgeoner one wielding a barista . . . . noun [Italian, person
bludgeon, from bludgeon] (ca. 1919) working behind a bar, from bar bar (from intransitive verb 1 chiefly Australian &
English) + -ista 1-ist] (1982) : a person
New Zealand : to avoid work or
responsibility 2 chiefly Australian & New
Zealand : sponge 2 transitive verb,
chiefly Australian & New Zealand :
Frankenfood . . . . noun [Franken- (as
in Frankenstein) + food] (1992) :
bubkes also bupkes or bupkus . . . .
noun plural but singular in construction
longneck . . . . noun (1978) : beer
[Yiddish (probably short for kozebubkes, literally, goat droppings), plural of bubke,bobke, diminutive of bub, bob bean, of wheatgrass . . . . noun (1668) : any of
Slavic origin; akin to Polish bób bean] a genus (Agropyron) of perennial grasses (1942) : the least amount : BEANS
<won't win bubkes this year — Ivan Maisel>; also : NOTHING <received
bubkes at nomination time — LewisBeale> compadre . . . . noun [Spanish, literally,
godfather, from Medieval Latin compater
— more at COMPEER] (1834) : a close
friend : BUDDY
oy . . . . interjection [Yiddish] (1892) —
used especially to express exasperation
or dismay <oy, what a mess>
Health and Medicine
International English
Botox . . . . trademark — used of a
agony aunt . . . . noun (1975) chiefly
British : a columnist who writes an agony
column
exfoliant . . . . noun (1983) : a
mechanical or chemical agent (as an
cack-handed . . . . adjective [English
abrasive skin wash or salicylic acid) that dialect cack, keck awkward] (1854) 1
British : LEFT-HANDED 2 British :
fen-phen . . . . noun [fenfluramine +
chappie . . . . noun (1821) British :
phentermine] (1994) : a former drug
combination of phentermine with eitherfenfluramine or dexfenfluramine — called cheesed off . . . . adjective [origin
unknown] (1942) chiefly British : ANGRY,
IRRITATED
heart-healthy . . . . adjective (1980) :
conducive to a healthy heart and
dog's breakfast noun (ca.1934) chiefly
circulatory system <heart-healthy British : a confused mess or mixture
exercise> <a heart-healthy diet> trichotillomania . . . . noun [New Latin,
from trich- + Greek tillein to pull, pluck
+ New Latin mania] (ca. 1903) : an
abnormal desire to pull out one's hair
Law and Government
Popular Culture
bright-line (1982) adjective : providing
Goth . . . . noun . . . . 2 often not
capitalized a : rock music marked by dark
especially in law <a bright-line and morbid lyrics b : a fan or performer
of goth 3 : a person who wears mostly
black clothing, uses dark dramatic
1fast-track . . . . adjective . . . . 3 : of
or relating to authority granted to thePresident of the U.S. by Congress that headbanger . . . . noun (1979) : a
musician who performs hard rock; also :
McJob . . . . noun (1986) : a
identity theft noun (1991) : the illegal
low-paying job that requires little
skill and provides little opportunity
information (as a Social Security number) for advancement
mosh pit noun (1988) : an area in front
Mirandize . . . . verb (1984) : to recite
NIMBY . . . . noun [not in my backyard]
(1980) : opposition to the locating of
something considered undesirable (as a
prison or incinerator) in one's
neighborhood — NIMBYism . . . . noun
punditocracy . . . . noun, plural -cies
[pundit + -cracy] (1987) : a group of
powerful and influential political
commentators
Post 9-11 Effects
Science and Mathematics
air marshal noun . . . . 2 : SKY
buckytube . . . . [buckyball + tube]
(1991) : a nanotube composed of pure
carbon with a molecular arrangement
burka or burqa . . . . noun [Urdu,
Persian & Arabic: Urdu burqa', fromPersian burqa', burqu', from Arabic junk DNA noun (1972) : a region of DNA
burqu'] (1836) : a loose enveloping
nanoscale . . . . adjective (1986) :
collateral damage noun (1972) : injury
intended target; specifically : civilian
casualties of a military operation
vermiculture . . . . noun (1976) : the
cultivation of annelid worms (as
psyops . . . . noun plural, often
attributive [psychological operations] (1966) : military operations usually
aimed at influencing the enemy state of
mind through noncombative means (as
distribution of leaflets)
brewski . . . . noun [2brew + -ski, suffix
chin music noun . . . . 2 : a usually
in Slavic surnames] (1978) slang : BEER
high inside pitch in baseball intended to dead presidents noun plural (1944)
deke . . . . verb . . . . [short for 2decoy]
slang : U.S. money in the form of bills;
(1960) transitive verb : to fake (an
specifically : DOLLARS
opponent) out of position (as in ice
hockey) intransitive verb : to deke an
def . . . . adjective deffer; deffest
[probably alteration of death (from thephrase to death excessively)] (1979) peloton . . . . noun [French, literally,
slang : COOL 7
ball — more at PLATOON] (1951) : the
phat . . . . adjective . . . . [probably
alteration of 1fat] (1963) slang : highly
shootaround . . . . noun (1978) : a
attractive or gratifying : EXCELLENT <a
phat beat moving through my body — smashmouth adjective (1984) :
characterized by brute force without
finesse
tweener . . . . noun [between + 2-er]
(1978) : a player who has some but not
all of the necessary characteristics for
each of two or more positions (as in
football or basketball)
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous, continued
alterity . . . . noun [Late Latin alteritat-,
lookism . . . . also looksism . . . . noun
alteritas, from alter] (1642) :
(1978) : prejudice or discrimination
OTHERNESS; specifically : the quality or
to fall short of societal notions of beauty MacGuffin or McGuffin . . . . noun
bogart . . . . transitive verb [probably
[coined by Alfred Hitchcock] (ca. 1939) :
an object, event, or character in a film or American film actor] (1966) 1 : BULLY,
INTIMIDATE <activists bogarted their Ferguson> 2 : to use or consume without
sharing <bogart a joint>
navel-gazing . . . . noun (1963) :
useless or excessive self-contemplation
comb-over . . . . noun (1980) : an
arrangement of hair on a balding man in
phreaker . . . . noun (1984) : one who
de minimis . . . . adjective [New Latin,
shopaholic . . . . noun (1983) : one who
concerning trifles] (1952) : lacking
significance or importance : so minor as
to merit disregard <de minimis fringebenefits> tankini . . . . noun [blend of tank (top)
and bikini] (1985) : a woman's two-piece
funplex . . . . noun (1986) : an
swimsuit consisting of bikini briefs and a facilities for various sports and gamesand often restaurants waitron . . . . noun [blend of waiter or
waitress and -tron (suggesting the
gimme cap noun (1978) : an adjustable
later (perhaps influenced by neutron) taken as a gender-neutral term] (1980) :
waitperson
yuppify . . . . transitive verb . . . .
(1984) : to make appealing to yuppies;
also : to infuse with the qualities or
values of yuppies
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