Oxford Dictionaries UK word of the year

Omnishambles. Frankly, I like “omnishambles” way better than OD’s pick for the U.S. word of the year, “GIF.” (More on that later.) “Omnishambles” is a word I can definitely use. I am, in fact, feeling thoroughly omnishambled.

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