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Worst Words announced
Plain English Foundation has voted 'alternative facts' as its worst word or phrase of the decade. The now infamous phrase from the Trump administration stood out in a post-truth period when global politics took an Orwellian turn.
Of course, 2020 was the year of COVID-19, and it generated some less than welcome words. When easing coronavirus restrictions, South Australia allowed people in bars to drink while standing up. But the SA Government dubbed this 'vertical consumption' and won our vote for worst words of 2020.
Visit our Worst Words page for full lists of the Worst Words of the Decade and of 2020.