WOTD

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AcronymDefinition
WOTDWalking Out the Door
WOTDWarrior of the Death (gaming)
WOTDWord of the Day
WOTDWebsite of the Day
WOTDwrite only, top down (algorithm)
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As well as the time travel words there are also main page links above the search box to a thesaurus, a word of the day which today was 'boycott' and has facts about the word below the definition, pronunciation videos which you can watch to hear how unfamiliar words sound and words that play with usage and grammar.
"Word of the day has to be 'beek' (1300s): to bask in the sun and give yourself over to thewarmthof its rays on your skin."
“We are delighted to make Oxford Dictionaries content even easier to access online with the 'double-click dictionary search' widget, the Word of the Day dictionary tool, and the look-up toolbar for browsers,” said Daniel Stewart, Head of Marketing for Oxford Dictionaries.
The OED, which emails its choice of a word of the day every day, has now issued an explanation for picking "bloodbath."
I receive two emails each day with a 'word of the day': one is from the Zingarelli Italian dictionary and the other is from the Oxford English Dictionary.
Nonetheless, Strauss's Pizzicato Polka demonstrated that ambition was indeed the word of the day, as, in terms of musicianship, it is the absolute acid test.
But vigilance is the word of the day." Jul 28, 2006
Here's what the language mavens who put out Random House's "Word of the Day" have to say about this pressing matter:
This is just the latest version of the "cool word of the day," previous ones being discussion groups, listservs, social networks, etc.
In an April episode of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," the host tried to get actress Cynthia Nixon to say the "mystery word of the day." That word was "jacuzzi," used to describe all spas.
Papers in this volume include: (1) Teaching with a Logical-Mathematical Style Ensures Higher Science Test Scores in Physical Science Students (Emily Hagg); (2) The Effects of Differentiated Instruction Reading Comprehension Homework on Northwest Evaluation Association Reading Assessment Performance of Second Grade Students (Ryan Haraldson); (3) The Effect of the Accelerated Math Program on the Minnesota Basic Skills Test Scores of Ninth Graders (Margarret Hongerholt); (4) Children's Behavior Will Be Affected in a Positive Manner by Going from a Mixed Gender Classroom to a Same Gender Classroom (Michael Kesler); and (5) Does the Use of a Word of the Day to Teach High-Frequency Words Help Students Read and Write the Word More Successfully?
The 'word of the day' was 'tragedy' and the President was asked to be judge while the children gave their examples of its correct usage.