Merriam-Webster has crowned the word “culture” its 2014 Word of the Year. And after 100,000+ years of development, it’s nice to see the abstract concept finally getting the recognition it deserves.
Each year since 2003, the dictionary has released a Top Ten Words of the Year list. This year, culture topped the chart ahead of nostalgia, insidious and legacy.
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