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Published: Sep 19 , 2016
Author: Alan Smith

"No" has emerged as an early contender for the least popular word in the English language, as Oxford Dictionaries ran a global search to find the least favorite English word. Starting what it hoped will be the largest global survey into people’s language gripes, the dictionary publisher was inviting English speakers all over the world to answer a range of language questions under the One Word Initiative starting with the quest to find the least popular English word.

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