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“It just seems like one of those years,” said Peter Sokolowski, Merriam-Webster's editor-at-large.

The company tracks year-over-year growth and spikes in lookups of words on its website to come up with the top choice.

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Definition: fear or hatred of foreigners, people from different cultures, or strangers; fear or dislike of the customs, dress, etc., of people who are culturally different from oneself About the word: While it's difficult to get at exactly why people look up words in dictionaries, online or on paper, it's clear that in contentious 2016, fear of "otherness" bruised the collective consciousness around the globe.

The Brexit vote, police violence against people of color, Syria's refugee crisis, transsexual rights and the U. presidential race were among prominent developments that drove debate — and spikes in lookups of the word, said Jane Solomon, one of the dictionary site's lexicographers.

That was the day of Brexit, when the UK voted to leave the European Union.Many who voted Leave were motivated by controlling immigration. Ironically, we all will have to learn to be more like immigrants now and the London model must become the national one.The productivity gap between the South East and the rest of the country is gaping.Meaning “unbelievable, fantastic,” the word joins Oxford’s “post-truth” as the year’s top choices.“It just seems like one of those years,” said Peter Sokolowski, Merriam-Webster’s editor at large. Try something in between: “surreal,” which is US dictionary Merriam-Webster's word of the year.