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  1. Why Do Some Words Look Wrong When Spelled Correctly?

    Do you ever spell a word you’ve spelled a thousand times only to second guess yourself? Just blame wordnesia!
  2. What Are The Best Words To Describe Kindness?

    What is your favorite way to talk about "kindness"? These people shared their favorite "kind" words ... are they your favorites too?
  3. Can You Name These Forgotten Body Parts?

    Did you know that every part of our body has a name? And we aren't just talking about elbows and toes. Can you name these small, sometimes forgotten, body parts?
  4. What Are The Most Fun-to-say Words In Different Languages?

    We asked this woman, who speaks six languages, what the most fun-to-say words are. Do you know any of the words she chose?
  5. What Word Did Your State Look Up Last Halloween?

    We analyzed our search data at Dictionary.com for Halloween. What word did your state look up last year?
  6. It’s Back! Round 2 Of The Gigantic Grammar Gameshow

    Hello grammar geeks. We're back with Round 2 of the Gigantic, Gratifying, Grammar Gameshow.
  7. What Words And Phrases Make Your Eyes Roll?

    This dad and daughter help us explain why there are just some words and phrases your parents (or kids!) say that automatically make eyes roll.
  8. Where Did The Term “Hypochondriac” Come From?

    It wasn’t until the 19th century that hypochondriac described someone who suffered “illness without a specific cause.”  So what did it originally mean?
  9. Calling All Wordies: Why Do You Love Language And Words?

    We're asking you, Dictionary.com wordies (a person with an enthusiastic interest in words and language; a logophile), to tell us why you love language and words. Go!
  10. Why Are You A “Wordie”?

    It's Dictionary Day on October 16! To honor the day, we've asked some of our favorite wordies (a person with an enthusiastic interest in words and language; a logophile) to tell us why they love language, words, and, of course, the dictionary!
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