In Scrabble, two- and three-letter words are an anomaly. Sure, it would be great to form a straight banger of a word with all of your letters, but how satisfying is it when a perfectly placed K gets you more points than that five-letter double word score ever could have? It's the little things, people. That's why Merriam-Webster announced that it will add 300 new words to the game's dictionary, including "OK" and "ew." How many of these other new additions do you know?
A unit of currency in Azerbaijan.
Italian balls of cooked rice.
A form of "zombie."
People that are docile or compliant, similar to sheep.
The blurred effect seen in the background of photos, most commonly in iPhone's Portrait Mode.
A network of computers linked together by malware.
Collective thoughts of a group of people, seen as working together as one mind.
A cross between a pug and a beagle.
In baseball, a weakly-hit ground ball.
The water left over after cooking beans.