Dictionary.com isn’t like a regular website, it’s a cool website. The online database is so cool (like ice cold), that it’s adding a group of hip millennial buzzwords to its vocabulary.

On November 11, the site will update its ever expanding directory with several terms used by the people of the Internet, much to the dismay of those who like to hide out in the real world. The most obvious affront is the way they have spelled "yaaas." (Do you even "yasss" bro?)  And unlike the others (sans "yaaas"), "fleek" will come with a "slang" label. Its fate was sealed the day middle-aged suburban moms began using the term. 

Here's a list of the newbies joining the team (per Mashable):

digital citizen: a person who develops the skills and knowledge to effectively use the Internet and other digital technology, especially in order to participate responsibly in social and civic activities.

fleek: Slang. flawlessly styled, groomed, etc.

sapiosexual: a person who finds intelligence to be a sexually attractive quality in others.

Mx.: a title of respect prefixed to a person's surname: unlike Mr., Mrs., or Ms., it does not indicate gender and may be used by a person with any or no specific gender identity.

yaaas: Slang. Yes! (used as a strong expression of excitement, approval, agreement, etc.)

Noticeably missing: Fetch as an adjective. Come on, Gretchen Wieners has been trying to make it happen for 11 years now.