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Dictionary.com

Dictionary.com is the world’s leading digital dictionary. We provide millions of English definitions, spellings, audio pronunciations, example sentences, and word origins.

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  • Sam Harris #1 quote about Free Will
    I don't know what to say. The act of making a choice is just to "select from two or more possibilities," as dictionary.com puts it. We do that. Cats and dogs and birds do that. Single cell amoebas do that. Trees can even be said to do that. And certainly computers do that. Even the problem Sam Harris is stating above is in the form of an if-then statement, the fundamental conditional statement upon which... Source: 4 months ago
  • Was beast mode weaker then robot mode?
    Yeah, here's what dictionary.com says about the phrase's origins:. Source: 4 months ago
  • Hanging vines
    My wife set up a bunch of her mature vines hanging down from our entrance staircase (both sides). On the left is about a five year old String of Hearts, then Monstera (only a couple of years old), then Pothos (about five years old). The String of Hearts is about 10 feet long, but seems to still get nutrients and moisture to the end. The pothoses (strangely, that is what dictionary.com says is the plural of... Source: 4 months ago
  • what's the meaning of imminent
    This word is very interesting. I came across it in a comic. Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary's definition seems like a synonym of immediate, but dictionary.com's definition seems more suitable for the comic. Source: 7 months ago
  • Tang + Dys's mom [an…Essay?]
    (dictionary.com definition of "arabesque"). Source: 9 months ago
  • Let me give it a shot: maybe people unironically being racist toward white people?
    I checked dictionary.com to make sure I wasn't crazy to see the definition of racism was prejudice based on race, which is what I thought it was growing up. Source: 9 months ago
  • How will taking Antabuse or Naltrexone affect my healthcare?
    Hm, I guess you're right. To me it always has the negative connotation (another definition, dictionary.com: "boldness or daring, especially with confident or arrogant disregard for personal safety, conventional thought, or other restrictions". But it doesn't have to. Source: 9 months ago
  • My boss was mad at me for posting online how much I make per hour and threatened to fire me, so I quit.
    Your definition of the word is correct. Your assumption of how to use it is not. So as long as you stick to copy/paste from dictionary.com, you're in your wheelhouse. Once you venture beyond that level, you're pretty lost. Source: 9 months ago
  • CMV: Online feminism is plagued with problematic attitudes
    From dictionary.com. So, no, that isn't what it means. Notice how it says penetration. I don't understand why you're arguing with me on this. Source: 9 months ago
  • More proof VGK fans don't understand hockey smh my head
    I peremptorily refuse to accept that North Dakota as a state was mainly looking up that word. I simply don't buy it, unless 1 college student was using dictionary.com and the internet in the whole state while writing a position paper that month. Source: 9 months ago
  • Vocabulary word of the day:
    The first one I think. I found this example from dictionary.com. Source: 9 months ago
  • Move to Netherlands?
    Hyperbole dear. There's dictionary.com if you need further assistance. Source: 10 months ago
  • What in a bloody hell is a "manifold"???
    Dictionary.com is not a learner's dictionary. Furthermore, most of its entries are from the Random House dictionary, which does not seem to be updated as regularly as some of its competitors. Source: 10 months ago
  • Who was the wittier and more intelligent politician: JFK or Obama?
    We are 100% in a Cold War with Russia. All treaties gone or suspended, threatened use of nuclear weapons and proxy wars. Per dictionary.com cold war is: "intense economic, political, military, and ideological rivalry between nations that does not extend to military conflict; sustained hostile political policies". Source: 10 months ago
  • At-least the first prolifer makes sense, although they don't agree with abortion, but, they don't see it the same as someone hiring a hitman. The second prolifer is a fuckin dipshit, "abortion is worse", get the fuck out of here.
    Dictionary.com because I just know some of those words are still too big. Source: 10 months ago
  • There are no non-selfish reasons to birth children
    This topic usually gets messy, so let's first define selfish: "devoted to or caring only for oneself; concerned primarily with one's own interests, benefits, welfare, etc., regardless of others" (dictionary.com). Source: 10 months ago
  • This is 3 days after tca cross 70percent .is this normal?
    Oxford languages defines motherly as "of, resembling, or characteristic of a mother, especially in being caring, protective, and kind.", and dictionary.com defines it as "pertaining to, characteristic of, or befitting a mother; maternal:", neither of which mentions having the physical characteristics of a woman, or having children. There are certain times when it's innapropriate to bring up someones genitals, e.g.... Source: 10 months ago
  • Looks like roleplaying isn't meant for me...
    2) Look up RP guides. I also use dictionary.com and thesaurus.com to find new words--I don't use crazy words to replace others, but I like to learn new words to use for other times. There's also often 'RP guide for ...' action, gore, smut, fantasy, etc. They'll give you a ton of words and phrases you can use and change up. And, read some fanfiction? Those sometimes offer really well-written stories that you can... Source: 10 months ago
  • Male sorceress wardrobe? Seriously?
    Might I suggest dictionary.com for you? Source: 10 months ago
  • Public education is collapsing in blue cities
    Do you know any other words? It’s okay if not. School isn’t easy for everyone, pal. Might I recommend dictionary.com. Source: 10 months ago
  • 50 Years Of Hip-Hop. 50 Definitive Words.
    I saw this article the other day in dictionary.com about words that originated in the hip-hop scene and are now commonly used, one of the most surprising ones for me was G.O.A.T since I always thought this originated in the sport world. The post goes deep so is a loooong read, check it out if you like. Source: 10 months ago

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