Dictionary.com has added more than 1,000 new words to help you become more eloquent and vociferous in your speech.  (see how my vocabulary has grown already)

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With all the new words, Bruce Jenner is indirectly responsible for at least 3 of them.

Since his confession that he wants to become a woman, agender (“relating to a person who does not have a specific gender identity or recognizable gender expression”) is a new word that is now officially in the dictionary, as is bigender (“relating to a person who has two gender identities or some combination of both”) and gender-fluid (“relating to a person whose gender identity or gender expression is not fixed and shifts over time or depending on the situation”).

Some of the new words are already in widespread use in the technology world, but now are official words that we can all use in our daily life.  (If you haven’t begun using them already)

revenge porn (“sexually suggestive images of someone, typically a former romantic partner, that are posted online without the person’s consent”).

blackhat (“a hacker who violates the security of a system for personal profit or for the gratification of causing damage”),

cybercrime (“criminal activity or a crime that involves the Internet, a computer system, or computer technology”)

And since you may already own one, or may buy one soon, smartwatch  has been added to the dictionary too.