I downloaded the Wordnet English language words database and I would like to sort the words by frequency in modern English. The most common words first. I thought in using Google Ngram but it doesn't ...
It should be accurate and well made. Search history would be nice.
I used to be able to search define:xyz on Google, where xyz is a term I want defined. It's not working any more or it only shows one result and no link to see the rest. Here's an example: I tried ...
Is there a web site offering to browse a cloud of semantically related words? For example to enter "coffee" and get "drink", "aroma", "stimulation", "brown", "latte", "cappuccino", "arabica", ...
The content on dictionary.com is clear and comprehensive... once... it... finishes... loading. It's even slow if I disable advertising, plus I prefer not to do so as I appreciate that ad-revenue may ...
I use Merriam-Webster and Wiktionary. I'm looking for a way to search within definitions and do other searches on either of those sites or a site where these kinds of searches can be performed. ...
When I want to look up a word in a dictionary I use the Google dictionary, it offers synonyms and examples, but it's not optimized for mobile web, so it's inconvenient to use. Could you recommend a ...