Dictionary.com Word of the Year: Misinformation

Dictionary.com announced their  Word of the Year is "misinformation."  

Their definition: "False  information that is spread, regardless of whether there is intent to  mislead."  

They say it's been around for a long time, obviously, but  social media has changed how information is shared and absorbed, not  always for the best.  

This is their third Word of the Year announcement.  Collins Dictionary went with "single-use," and Oxford went with "toxic."

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