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Racino is now a proper word

July 09, 2008
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The word “racino” has been added to Merriam Webster’s new edition of the Collegiate Dictionary, noting that it found its first usage in an English-language publication in 1995. The dictionary notes the meaning of “racino” as: “racetrack at which slot machines are available for gamblers.”

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