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Originally published by the G. & C. Merriam Company of Springfield, Massachusetts, the 1913 edition of the Webster's Dictionary is now in the public domain.<br><br>Enjoy vivid and evocative descriptions going beyond the laconic definitions modern dictionaries provide. Great for writers and wordsmiths.
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This is a digital version of the classic 1913 Webster’s dictionary. The typography and layout is well done. There’s a good discussion of Webster’s in Hacker News (search there for “You’re probably using the wrong dictionary”). This app’s author worked on it for years as a labor of love.
Very well designed offline dictionary with the original definitions from Webster. Note that it’s from 1913, so many modern words are missing.
Good use of fonts and without a lot of distracting chrome, this is a great dictionary for anyone wanting to find synonyms on the fly.
Beautiful presentation of Noah Webster’s original work
Missing many basic words. Seems like a phishing app
Developed by Blagovest Dachev.
Webster's 1913 is ranking in Education & Reference
Last update was at Jul 25, 2018and the current version is 1.0.1.
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