Merriam-Webster has revealed its 2019 Word of the Year! The dictionary made the announcement on Tuesday (December 10) that the nonbinary personal pronoun “they” is the official word of the year. It was added to the dictionary this past September, and lookups for reportedly increased by 313 percent in 2019 over the previous year. [...]

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