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Frenemy, bromance, tweep, chillax - could they really be in the dictionary? Even better, could you get a huge score in Scrabble for playing them?

Merriam-Webster is releasing the 5th edition of the Scrabble Dictionary on Tuesday, adding more than 5,000 new words. It is the first major update in nearly a decade.

Now, the dictionary company is releasing videos with celebs explaining some new words. Judy Gold, a comedian and a Jewish mother, uses the Yiddish word, schmutz, in quite a few sentences in the video. "Schmutz is an old Yiddish word that means dirt or grime," Gold said. "Let me use it in a sentence for you: 'What is that schmutz all over your tie! You can't go to your bar-mitzvah like that!'"

See more in the video above, plus tips for winning the game with the new words added to the Scrabble Dictionary's latest edition.



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