A new word has been added to the dictionary of English words that’s meant to mean “the kind of person who’s always there for you.”
A new definition for “the darling in a party” has been created by Oxford Dictionaries, and it’s pretty damn catchy.
The term is also used in the context of the words “dear friend” and “darling” and is part of an evolving trend among dictionaries and other online tools to add more definition to words that are already part of the dictionary.
The new definition was created by Dr. Andrew Strom, an English professor at Indiana University.
He was inspired by a post on the popular internet news site Vocaroo that described a person who is always around for people who are “always” in the mood.
“I came up with the idea that the new definition would be ‘the kind who’s in the know,’ but not necessarily ‘the person who knows everything,'” Strom told Polygon.
“I also wanted to use the word ‘darling,’ which means ‘friend.'”
The term “darled” is derived from the German term der Lied, which means friend, and Strom’s research into how people express themselves in different ways helped him define the word.
“The idea was to put more thought into how the word is used and what it means, so that it was clear to me what I was trying to say,” he said.
“The term ‘darled’ also describes a person of quality, who is someone who has the quality of being the best friend in the world, someone who knows what everyone is thinking and what everyone else is feeling.
It’s a term that is used to describe someone who is a friend but not really, because that’s not the way it’s usually used.”
Dr. Andrew E. Strom.
Photo courtesy of Dr. Andrews Strom article A person of the highest quality in a relationship is an example of a “darlin'” and it is a term Strom coined to describe a person with this quality.
The word comes from the Old English word for “darnd,” which is derived directly from the Greek word for friend.
A “darly” is someone whose quality is not that high, and someone with a “darny” quality is someone that is not “darlish.”
“I like to think of it as being a ‘darnsy’ quality, but not that kind of quality,” Strom said.
The new definition is not the only one of its kind, but it’s the first to include the word “dar” in it.
“Darny,” as well as “darley,” is the word that comes up a lot in dictionaries.
A “darlyn” is a person that is somewhat above average in terms of quality.
And the word used in this new definition comes from a “nostalgic” sense, which refers to someone who was once loved but is now a “distressful” or “dangerous” person.
“If you’re a darling in your friend’s party, that’s a darnsy,” Stom said.
“You can find the word as ‘darlin,’ but you can also find it as ‘darling.’
You can also think of the word in terms that are similar to the word you are talking about.
It can be used in both senses, but the word darling is an important one because it is the one that really shows up in all of these dictionaries.”
Dr Andrew E Strom and Andrew Stom.
Photo by Andrew Strommayor.
The term was first created by a Reddit user named TheDarlingFunny, who has since deleted the post.
“This is my attempt at a new word that shows up again and again on Wikipedia,” TheDaringFunny wrote in a post about the new word.
“My goal is to create a dictionary that shows me what words people say when they mean what they mean.
So please stop saying ‘darlyn,’ ‘darly,’ or ‘dar’ or any other of the other words that I don’t use!”
In the new dictionary, the term is listed as “dare” and it means “ladylike,” but the definition does not mention “darlings.”
“A person with a ladylike quality is usually a good friend,” Stram said.
But even the new term doesn’t have the same status as the other definitions.
It isn’t a synonym for a “girl in a dress” in an interview, and its meaning is different than the word for a person in a “bikini.”
“The thing that makes it so special is that it is one of the only definitions in the dictionary that is actually true,” Stron said.
Strom said that while he was originally looking for a synonyms for “darlings,” he was quickly impressed by the response