- bada-bing, int.
- beer pong, n.
- Disneyfication, n.
- Emily’s List, n.
- GIF, n.
- treeware, n.
The OED is known for their inclusion of quotes that illustrate a word’s meaning:
For each word in the OED, the various groupings of senses are dealt with in chronological order according to the quotation evidence, i.e. the senses with the earliest quotations appear first, and the senses which have developed more recently appear further down the entry.
I wonder what they used for bada-bing.
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