It's not just how many words you know, it's how well you know them. Learn how Vocabulary.com works with you to achieve word mastery. Continue reading...
The Academy Awards are a cornucopia of couture, celebrities and cinema! Whether you're writing a screenplay or a ransom note, your vocabulary can be blockbuster stuff. Here's a list of terms you're most likely to hear on Oscar night. Continue reading...
Presidents' Day allows us to put politics aside for awhile and celebrate the personalities that held the highest office in the land. There is perhaps no greater reflection of those personalities that the words they are credited with introducing or making popular. Continue reading...
The Vocabulary.com Road Trip heads south to Atlanta on March 2. Come join us to celebrate innovative educators (like you) with a night of food, word games (which got pretty intense at our last stop in Denver by the way!), and the latest scoop on word learning. Continue reading...
Annoyed by this greeting-card holiday? Regardless of your romantic status this Valentine's Day, we've got a word list for you! One for the over-sweet side of this greeting-card holiday, and one for the under-attached among us. Remember, being alone and/or cynical doesn't mean you have to have a weak vocabulary. Continue reading...
Colorado educators came out on a frigid February night to enjoy food, drinks, and wordy fun at the first stop on our Vocabulary.com Road Trip. Teachers got fired up playing games and learning about Vocabulary.com, and our team got fired up being in a room full of enthusiastic educators. Next Road Trip stop: Atlanta on March 2! Continue reading...
Nimitz snags back-to-back monthly Champions Banners, Lanier still reigns supreme among Middle Schools, and there were so many bald eagles in the top ten ranks, you'd never know they were once an endangered species. The January Vocabulary Bowl results are in, and you can watch all the highlights in the latest Vocabulary Bowl Roundup Video. Continue reading...
Some Super Bowls are a thrill to watch. Others, not so much. In a lopsided game, the play-by-play analysis and colorful commentary during the broadcast might even be more entertaining than the football. Here's a closer look at the language of a Super Bowl blowout. Continue reading...

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