Why say adorable when you can now officially cut it down to six letters with adorbs? The dictionary is starting to feature more abbreviations, which could also affect how you talk about food (more on that later).
Cocktails will get you tipsy, but mocktails are just plain delicious. Whether you've given up alcohol or are under the age of 21, you'll likely order a mocktail.
It's not just the name of an app anymore, people. Meet your new favorite verb, Instagramming, which is the act of uploading a photo to the 'gram.
Next time you're upset, ask yourself, "When was the last time I ate?" If your anger is due to hunger, go grab a burger so you're no longer hangry.
It's not just camping. It's glamorous camping — and it usually means spending a night in the great outdoors with beds, electricity, and even indoor plumbing (so you're not really outdoors at all).
Merriam-Webster defines this adjective as "having multiple episodes or parts that can be watched in rapid succession," but it might as well have shown pictures of Homecoming or Sharp Objects instead.
It stands for "greatest of all time," and you'll usually hear the acronym as a descriptor for LeBron James, Serena Williams, or Tom Brady.
The "crypto" part comes from the fact that these digital currencies use (i.e., computerized encoding) to prevent counterfeiting.
You could describe a disaster as "an utterly calamitous or mismanaged situation," or you can just go with the much more vivid "dumpster fire," first used by a very poetic wordsmith in 2008.
Whether you identify as a Hoosier or Sooner, Californian or Floridian, the word you use to describe where you're from is a demonym.
The recently added compound word clarifies that dark chocolate is more than just dark in color, as it usually contains a higher percentage of cocoa and no milk. Maybe you should have a few squares to celebrate the new addition ...
Anyone born in the late 1990s and early 2000s escaped being labeled as a millennial.
It means exactly what it sounds like — care for oneself — but now more than ever people are actively prioritizing their own mental and physical health.
In the interest of keeping it short, TL;DR simply stands for too long; didn't read.