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Merriam-Webster dictionary adds gender-neutral ‘they’ pronoun

PinkNews Wednesday, 18 September 2019
The Merriam-Webster dictionary has recognised the use of ‘they’ as a singular gender-neutral pronoun. The influential American English dictionary made the announcement on September 17 as it rolled out a new edition, hot on the heels of Sam Smith announcing their preference for they/them pronouns. The new...
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Merriam-Webster Officially Recognizes ‘They’ as Singular Pronoun While adding 553 new words to its online dictionary, Merriam-Webster recognized “they” as a singular, non-binary pronoun. This decision holds significant meaning for the non-binary community, as Merriam-Webster is the...

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