WordWeb

WordWeb



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English thesaurus and dictionary Wordweb is a powerful free English thesaurus and dictionary. It comes with a local database of definitions for instant results and also offers integrated online word searches via Wikipedia, Wiktionary and WordWeb Online. The program runs in the system tray and allows you to look up a word in any document by holding down the CTRL key while right-clicking on any word. WordWeb works with your browser, email program, word processor and most other applications. It includes a full dictionary and thesaurus for American, British, Canadian, Australian, Indian, and global English. Copyright Snapfiles.com

Product Details

Publisher WordWeb Software Price Free Paid upgrade available
Version 9.05  history Last updated Jan 25, 2021
File Size 21.5 Mb Requirements None

User Reviews

5 stars78% 11
4 stars7% 1
3 stars7% 1
2 stars7% 1
1 star0% 0
Based on 14 reviews

Latest user reviews:

Poor value 3 stars by murrax11745 May 24, 2021
I bought the dictionary bundle (99) over a year ago. It lacks many secondary definitions, and then charges 10 for an update. Since this repeats as it adds words and meanings, it's more like a subscription than an outright buy. Its organization for use calls for extra steps because it relies on a set of sources, instead of presenting a single page array. show Review details
Good software 4 stars by sidindel Nov 20, 2011
The software is pretty good. Most conveniently, it can look up from many applications. The free version lacks a few important features, but it is enough for most people. show Review details
Went wonky on me . . . 2 stars by MrJaw69 Jun 06, 2011 (Read all my 34 reviews)
I used Wordweb for a couple years without difficulty. Recently, however, the software began acting up. Usage of Wordweb is contingent on environmental conscientiousness, you see, and after using the software for a certain amount of time a nag window appears and asks if you've been nice to mother nature. When you answer "yes" (as anyone, truthful or not, would do) the nag window is supposed to go away. Well, I answered yes long ago, but suddenly Wordweb throws up the nag window every time I start up the software. I'm all for clean air and symbolic gestures, but thanks to this bug I'm now looking for a new offline dictionary. show Review details
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