Online Dictionaries

Of course we all need a dictionary. ALL of us. You cannot know the whole ocean of words existing and coming in use (and their peculiar spelling sometimes). You simply can’t.

And while there is a certain romantic feeling about reading a paper book, I doubt that scanning, skimming, searching and looking through the entries in a hard copy dictionary will be ever as time-efficient as the online one.

So, here are

My top 7 of the online dictionaries:


6 responses to “Online Dictionaries”

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  2. pat suchek says :

    a very interesting blog if you would do a lot more like this I would be so grateful this research took a lot of time and thank you for sharing this I will be awaiting future info

  3. Shadow Girl says :

    I think I’ve found one of my new favorite blogs to follow!
    Your ’50 Sophisticated Words You Should Start Using’ article brought me here yesterday, and I came to check out more tonight 🙂
    I was about to ask you about your favorite online dictionary, and dictionary app, then I saw the link on the top – (that would have been embarrassing!)
    I LOVE the one that I use – I downloaded the free app, and played with it so much that I decided to buy the Premium version ($2.99). I’ve also gotten three extension packs for it (just fun things, like a Slang extension). Their web page sucks me in, too! The ‘dot com’ has word games, and other fun stuff. I recommend it, if you’re interested.
    I can’t wait to go exploring here, so… have a great weekend!!
    Becki ~ Shadow Girl

  4. bhawana joshi says :

    uber-fascinated by your articals…:)
    had read almost all ur articals..thnks for sharing such materials..hats off!

  5. Glenn Hefley says :

    I love my Golden Dict program, as it uses all that you have listed and several (20+) more. Wine dictionaries and architecture, law, and farming, wood work and period garments… love that program.

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