1. Have You Ever Found One Word That Helped You Define Yourself?

    We asked some Dictionary users what words they've found that have helped them define themselves. Do you have that one word?
  2. Capitalization Is Complicated: Can You Answer These Questions Correctly?

    With so many rules, capitalization is perfect for a game show. Will you learn something new or take the prize?
  3. This Or That: “Delicious” vs. “Luscious”

    Delicious and luscious are very similar words, which is why they are often confused with each other. So which one should we use to describe food?
  4. How This Teacher Remembers Her Most Memorable Student Question

    A couple years ago, one of this teacher's students asked her a question that really threw her for a loop. Do you know the answer?
  5. What’s The Funniest Word Your Kid Has Mixed Up?

    It's always funny (and endearing) when kids misspeak. Have your kids mixed up these words too?
  6. How Do You Say These Words In Your Part Of The Country?

    Have you ever heard a phrase said in a different part of the country, and it's said in just a slightly different way than how you say it back home? Those different phrases are called regionalisms. Do you use any in your state?
  7. What Are Some Of The Biggest Grammar Pet Peeves?

    Let’s talk about some grammar pet peeves. We all have them. What are yours?
  8. Are GMOs Good Or Bad?

    GMO foods have been around since the 1980s ... so why don't we know if they are good or bad yet?
  9. Why Is “Funemployment” In The Dictionary?

    Is "funemployment" actually fun? And why is this word in the dictionary?
  10. Words For “Cheese Lover” And Other Passions

    There are many -phile (or "lover") words out there. And if you don't love cheese maybe one of these other ones applies to you.