noun lis·ti·cle \ˈli-sti-kəl\

Definition of listicle

  1. :  an article consisting of a series of items presented as a list Even in the well-worn format of the listicle, Ono infuses her characteristic verve into this list of 25 facts about herself. — E. Alex Jung I'm not a fan of listicles, but I'll stoop to link to this one on Buzzfeed because it is highly relevant to my interests: the 27 best “Breaking Bad” memes. — Xeni Jardin

Origin and Etymology of listicle

8list + (1art)icle

First Known Use: 2007

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to cast off or become cast off

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