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also can type partial words into dictionary

Posted By: flo on 2007-04-23
In Reply to: http://www.pharma-lexicon.com/ - flo

Subject: also can type partial words into dictionary

you can type just part of a word into the dictionary search, and it will bring words up that have those letters in it - even if they are in the middle of the word.

cool website


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Subject: I think it's 2 words - I used to type weightbearing.nm


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Subject: i always type 2 words and have never been corrected.

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Subject: P.S. If you type it in google was 2 words,

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Subject: perhaps partial? nm


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Subject: ?partial - not sure if possible

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Subject: You can use One-Look Dictionary

site for things like this.

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Subject: see ref #7 from M-W dictionary.

Main Entry:2use
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Inflected Form:used  *y*zd; *used to* usu *y*s-t* ; us*ing


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Subject: Dictionary says

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Subject: I think you are right and the dictionary

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http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/enlarge


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Subject: but why wouldn't it be in the dictionary?

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Subject: OneLook Dictionary

Does everybody already know about this website?
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labile - adjective: open to change; liable to change
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Subject: look in your regular dictionary

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