The OED has just added another batch of words, as it does every quarter. There are around a thousand new entries (which are words which have their own internet page, or are headwords) and many more sub-entries. Among the new headwords are:
arachnodactyly: the condition of having unusually long and slender fingers and hands.
arborio: variety of rice
astroturfing: the practice of falsely suggesting mass support for a policy or product by means of an organised campaign
blood and guts: violence and bloodshed
boofy: blokeish (Australian slang)
businesspeople [first recorded 1821, but with a slightly different meaning then - a people or nation engaged in business]
busy-busy: very busy [first recorded 1900]
date rape (as verb and noun)
designy: characterised by strong or unusual design (frequently depreciative)
East German (and also West German)
femcee: female master of ceremonies
femmy: feminine, effeminate
gasp (as an interjection): used parenthetically to express mock horror etc
geohistory: geological history of the Earth or a region
George Sandism: a lack of regard for conventional female behaviour
historyless: lacking history, or not having a noteworthy past
histrionics: melodramatic or hysterical behaviour, typically intended to attract attention ; showy vocal or instrumental virtuosity 
ludology: the study of games (now especially video games) and game playing.
pussyclaat: a contemptible person (chiefly Jamaican slang)
scratchiti: words or images engraved or etched (illegally) into surfaces in a public place.
soz: slang for 'sorry'
youing: action of addressing a person as 'you' (cf thouing) [first recorded in 1659]
There's a new meaning of 'cabbage' -- it's a familiar way of saying and spelling CABG, coronary artery bypass graft.