The world’s most popular search engine, Google, will incur the wrath of Tottenham Hotspur fans everywhere with the team a punch line for a dictionary definition.
If one was to search the word 'lackadaisical' lin the search bar, a dictionary definition reads: 'lacking enthusiasm and determination; carelessly lazy'.
All pretty standard fare, but just below it has the term as it would be used in a sentence. It states: "a lackadaisical defence left Spurs adrift in the second half".
The entry isn't the fault of Google, however. They get their definitions direct from Oxford Dictionaries, published by Oxford University Press.
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nd edition in 1989 and OED Online was launched in 2000.