Listen up, wordsmiths: The dictionary just got a whole lot more, uh, hip. In an effort to keep with the times 鈥 and possibly other slang-wielding competitors like Oxford English 鈥擬erriam-Webster just added more than 1,400 words to its Merriam-Webster Unabridged edition, and some of their choices just may surprise you.

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Case in point? FOMO, for one. That鈥檚 riggggghhhttt, now no one human need have fear of missing out when it comes to knowing the popular slang term鈥檚 (a noun, according to the book) definition. Other popular abbrievs (pun intended!) that made the cut? TMI (that鈥檚 too much information, for the jargon impaired) and ICYMI (ya know, in case you missed it).

Unabbreviated yet unexpected picks include athleisure (thanks, Ivy Park), officially defined as 鈥渃asual clothing to be worn both for exercising and for general use,鈥 nomophobia (鈥渇ear of being without access to a working cell phone鈥), bit-coin (鈥 digital currency created for use in peer-to-peer online transactions鈥) and revenge porn (鈥渟exually explicit pictures of a person posted online without that person鈥檚 consent, especially as a form of revenge or harassment鈥).

Well there you have it, grammar junkies! You鈥檙e officially clear to go nuts with these terms 鈥 and approximately 1,393 more just like them!

What do you think about Merriam-Webster鈥檚 picks? Let us know over @BritandCo!

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