Today’s Dish: Dictionary.com picks its word of the year

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There’s no “misinformation” about this that’s Dictionary.com’s word of the year. 

The word “misinformation” has been around for centuries, but it made a major comeback this year.

The runner-up words of the year were “representation,” “self-made,” and “backlash.”

CT Style Hosts Ryan Kristafer and Teresa Dufour are putting it to the test by picking random words that we have to turn into a sentence with the word of the year “misinformation.” 

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Women who sleep with cats did not show those benefits and reported disrupted sleep as much as women who share a bed with a human partner.

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