listicle [lis-ti-kuh l] ExamplesWord Origin noun

  1. a published article structured in the form of a list, typically having some additional content relating to each item: “The Best Cities for Singles” and other featured listicles.

Origin of listicle 2000–05; blend of list1 and article Examples from the Web for listicle Contemporary Examples of listicle

  • There was the listicle with 13,000 Facebook likes “explaining” why “Dana Brody is the worst.”

    ‘Homeland’ Star Morgan Saylor: TV’s Most Hated Character Talks Back

    Andrew Romano

    October 7, 2013

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