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The Merriam-Webster Dictionary added more than 150 new words to its collegiate dictionary, with most of the new terms derived from digital technology and social media use.
There's an on-board Merriam-Webster dictionary, and you can highlight text, take notes, and share content to Facebook.
The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines profession as "a chosen paid occupation requiring prolonged training and a formal qualification".
Western medicine, defined by Merriam-Webster Dictionary as "a system of medical practice that aims to combat disease by use of remedies (such as drugs or surgery) producing effects different from or incompatible with those produced by the disease being treated," uses scientific processes and industrially produced medications and vaccines, to successfully treat myriad illnesses.
The Merriam-Webster dictionary is an iconic reference, and Windows 8 offers an exciting new way to use it.
Merriam-Webster dictionary defines catastrophe as "a momentous tragic event ranging from extreme misfortune to utter overthrow or ruin.
But Stephen Chen protested his loss, citing the official Merriam-Webster dictionary, which held both "horsy" and "horsey" as correct.
The current Merriam-Webster Dictionary lists both spellings as correct.
An objectively better choice might have been Merriam-Webster's next-smaller current dictionary, a trade paperback entitled simply The Merriam-Webster Dictionary.
The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines networking as"the exchange of information or services among individuals, groups or institutions; specifically: the cultivation of productive relationships for employment or business.
The new Merriam-Webster Dictionary & Thesaurus with Comprehensive Reference Set has been released by Franklin Electronic Publishers (Amex: FEP), a manufacturer of handheld electronic devices for reference, language learning and test preparation.
The complainant quoted from the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, which defines "Sodom" as: