Vocabulary.com: The World’s Fastest Dictionary

We offer you again a new resource, another online dictionary. At vocabulary.com they brag theirs is ‘The World’s Fastest, Smartest Dictionary’.
They say that unlike most online dictionaries, we want you to find your word’s meaning quickly. We don’t care how many ads you see or how many pages you view. In fact, most of the time you’ll find the word you are looking for after typing only one or two letters.

They also hold that whenever you look up a word, you can add it to your learning queue. We’ll prioritize that word, so you can start learning it right away. That way the next time you see it, you won’t have to look it up.

And they add that each vocabulary word includes a short blurb that is easy to understand and fun to read. We provide usage examples from real life, so you can see how words are used in context.

Finally, if you find a word you’re interested in just click to add it to your list of favorite words, or any other vocabulary list. Vocabulary lists are a powerful way to keep track of words you’d like to learn or to share your favorite words with others. This is one feature we definitely encourage you to use: their vocabulary lists are really useful when learning vocabulary, writing compositions, drawing mind maps, etc.

If you’re interested in learning more about it, visit how it works.
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