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Sage is a very good dictionary. I use several free
offline dictionaries and currently it is one of two that I use the most. (The other dictionary I most often use is called 'Wordweb' and it will pop up with a word definition atop my text editor (Jarte) when the cursor is focused on a word and I press 'cntl-D' - something that Sage cannot do.
However, Sage seems to have a more extensive list
of words than some of my other free dictionaries; the other dictionaries seem to be using the exact same word list with the exact same definitions. Sage is certainly better than the others in this regard, although I still find words that none of my free dictionaries, including Sage can find/answer.
My only real complaint at this juncture about Sage is that "copy to clipboard" (to copy the definition so one can paste it to a text editor)does not seem to work in Sage as it does for some of my other dictionaries like Wordweb and Pardon.
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