Dictionary and Thesaurs

by Barbara J. Feldman on March 18, 2003

For those times when a dictionary is nowhere in sight, but your email-enabled cell phone is handy, check out the free dictionary and thesaurus email services from Wordsmith.org. To access, send an email to wsmith@wordsmith.org with a command (“define” or “synonym”) followed by your word in the subject line. For example to get a definition for “parsimonious” use “define parsimonious” as the subject. To look up “penurious” in the thesaurus, place “synonym penurious” in your subject line.

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Feldman, Barbara. "Dictionary and Thesaurs." Surfnetkids. Feldman Publishing. 18 Mar. 2003. Web. 23 Aug. 2014. <http://www.surfnetkids.com/tech/200/internet-tip-of-the-week-18/ >.