'Racial justice, Obstuction of justice, Social justice, The Justice Department....'
Merriam-Webster Dictionary in the U.S. chose Justice as the word of the year in 2018.
In an interview with The Associated Press on Thursday (local time), Webster's editor Peter Sokolowski said, "The number of 'justice' searches (on websites) has increased by 74 percent compared to 2017.
"It seems that people have been thinking about justice throughout the year," said Sokolovski.
The selection of "words of the 스포츠토토사이트 Year" by Webster's Dictionary came right after U.S. President Donald Trump's personal lawyer was sentenced to three years in prison on charges of giving huge sums of money to pornographic actors in order to prevent the sex scandal of Trump during the 2016 presidential election.
"In order to become the word of the year, there must be a lot of inflows of search terms and the number of searches that need to be greatly increased," Socolofsky said. "Justice" will be a word that will be mentioned in the Trump administration due to criminal rulings, opioid addiction, softening of marijuana regulations, Tesla investigation, and investigation by special prosecutor Robert Mueller."
Webster also picked "Epiphani," "Nationalism," "Nationalism" (President Trump called himself a nationalist" during his mid-term election campaign in Texas on October 22), and "Maverick" (a nickname of former Senator John McCain, who died in August).
The Oxford Dictionary of the U.K. has selected "toxic" and the online dictionary site "misolation" as the words of the year, respectively.