Poll: Holy Youthquake, Batman, Look at the "Words of 2017!"
Every year, the Oxford Dictionary, often regarded as the authoritative dictionary of the English language, chooses a word or expression that has attracted a lot of interest in the previous twelve months and crowns it "Word of the Year." The editors "debate several candidates for word of the year and choose a winner that is judged to reflect the ethos, mood, or preoccupations of that particular year and to have lasting potential as a word of cultural significance." Below is the word of 2017, "youthquake," along with the other terms that made up Oxford's shortlist; which word or phrase, if used as a film title, most intrigues you that you would consider seeing the movie at your local cineplex based on it's name alone? After voting, feel free to "confabulate" here.