In 2014, the word “freegan” was added to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary. The term was reportedly first coined in 2006. A freegan is defined as: “An activist who scavenges for free food (as in waste receptacles at stores and restaurants) as a means of reducing consumption of resources.”
In 2014, the word “catfish” was added to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary with a meaning different than the original meaning of: “Any of an order (Siluriformes) of chiefly freshwater stout-bodied scaleless bony fishes having long tactile barbels.”
The newly added meaning of the word “catfish” is as follows: “A person who sets up a false personal profile on a social networking site for fraudulent or deceptive purposes.” The new meaning of the word was popularized by an MTV reality TV show that exposed people with falsified online social accounts.
Here’s a word has been recently added to the English lexicon:
According to Wikipedia, clickbait is defined as “web content that is aimed at generating online advertising revenue, especially at the expense of quality or accuracy, relying on sensationalist headlines to attract click-throughs and to encourage forwarding of the material over online social networks. Clickbait headlines typically aim to exploit the ‘curiosity gap,’ providing just enough information to make the reader curious, but not enough to satisfy their curiosity without clicking through to the linked content.
OPTION #1: clickbait= KLIK/DL-S/BAIT
OPTION #2: clickbait= KLIK/BA*IT