Dictionary.com Reveals Their Word of the Year, "Tergiversate"

By Darrick Thomas on
Get your Dictionary.com on. America's number one online dictionary, Dictionary.com, unveiled its 2011 Word of the Year. The winner? Tergiversate, which means "to change repeatedly one's attitude or opinions with respect to a cause, subject." Can you use that in a sentence please? Sure: Politicians constantly tergiversate during a campaign even though they promise not to.Dictionary.com wanted to pick a word that accurately embodied the tumultuous year that was 2011. With election season...Read Full Story