Dictionaries


by Barbara J. Feldman on June 3, 2002

While sitting at one’s computer, using an online dictionary is easier than getting up and opening up the printed version. My favorites are Merriam-Webster ( http://m-w.com), Dictionary.com ( http://dictionary.com ) and the built-in Dictionary.com lookup at Google ( http://google.com ). To look up at word after searching for it at Google, click on your underlined search term in the blue bar where it says “Searched the web for.”


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