Word of the Day: confidant - a person with whom one shares a secret...... oxford.ly/1GoMZXA
About 10 hours ago
ICYMI: Word of the Day: innocuous - not harmful or offensive... oxford.ly/1FYOkRi
Yesterday at 10:00 pm
Happy #WorldBookDay! Take our quiz to find out which classic you should read next: oxford.ly/1M8Yjpa
Yesterday at 8:02 pm
Where does the word cyber come from? oxford.ly/1Fd7C5g #CSICyber
Yesterday at 5:30 pm
For #WorldBookDay, find out which Oxford World’s Classics title you should line up for your next read: oxford.ly/1M8Yjpa
Yesterday at 3:00 pm
How to make palindromes
Book quiz: how well do you know traits named after fictional characters?
Vishing, unboxing, and teachable moments: new words added to OxfordDictionaries.com
Taking Portuguese idioms literally
Learning Portuguese: when brown is black and India is China
Did you know that James Murray… rode both bicycles and tricycles—but not always very well?
Clarity about ‘the gay thing’
How well do you know the language of beer?
How to ‘Thank the Academy’: making a successful Oscar acceptance speech
Requiescat In Pace, Latina
Dr. Dre and the language of gangsta rap
Playing with a straight bat: the language of cricket
Words in the news: revenge porn
Book quiz: Go Set a Watchman and other Biblical titles
The OED’s Fifty Shades of Grey
Join our Valentine’s Day competition and win an iPad Air 2!
WordWatch roundup: comprise, blonde, diplodocus, and horror vacui
From sugar to sweetheart: a timeline of terms of endearment
The curious case of culprit
10 inventions named after people
Light, bright, and sparkling: the language of light
10 tips to improve your writing
Infographic: words for red around the world
Video: what do you call a new word made by combining two other words?
Fresh Off the Boat and the language of the Asian-American experience
How well do you know building nicknames?
I object! (To the Russian case system)
Language fit for a queen
Groundhog etymology: from whistle pigs to woodchucks
WordWatch roundup: cwtch, republic, colored, and more
Exploring the language of longitude