Merriam-Webster announces its top 10 words for 2008

  • Yesterday, Merriam-Webster announced its top ten list of words for 2008. The winner? Bailout. The top ten list continues with #2 vet, #3 socialism, #4 maverick, #5 bipartisan, #6 trepidation, #7 precipice, #8 rogue, #9 misogyny and #10 turmoil.

    Regarding this list, TG Daily can only add this editorial:

    The maverick rogue bipartisan vet bent on socialism, carrying an arguable air of misogyny, is likely to induce turmoil as with trepidation he crosses the great and grand precipice to help the government's bailout of the big three automakers.

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