Free Website Content - Webmaster tools

  1. Lookup Boxes
    1. Dictionary Lookup Box
    2. Word Finder Lookup Box
  2. Free daily content for your website
    1. For most users
    2. Image format feed
    3. For advanced users
  3. RSS feed
  4. Double-click to look up any word on the page
  5. Dictionary Link

Dictionary Lookup Box

Preview: ?
Online Reference
Dictionary, Encyclopedia & more
Look in: Dictionary
Medical Dictionary
Legal Dictionary
Financial Dictionary
Other languages:
Spanish Dictionary
German Dictionary
French Dictionary
Italian Dictionary
Chinese Dictionary
Portuguese Dictionary
Dutch Dictionary
Norwegian Dictionary
Greek Dictionary
Russian Dictionary
Here is the code to create this box: ? Customize

Word Finder Lookup Box

Preview: ?
Word Finder
Scrabble Word Finder and
Words With Friends cheat dictionary
Here is the code to create this box: ? Customize

Free daily content for your website

  • For most users
  • Image format feed
  • For advanced users
Preview: ?
Word of the Day


Definition: (adjective) Using all available resources.
Synonyms: full-scale
Usage: Holding nothing back, the candidate launched an all-out attack on his critics.
Article of the Day

Dust Explosion

Because of its relatively large surface area, dust is more flammable than solid objects. When high concentrations of very fine powders are suspended in air, they have a tendency to violently, unexpectedly combust, even in the absence of a flame. Materials that cause dust explosions include not only coal and sawdust but also flour, sugar, and even powdered milk. Deadly dust explosions have gutted mines and leveled silos and factories. What methods are used in industry to prevent dust explosions? More...
Daily Grammar Lesson

Defining Compound Adjectives

A compound adjective is created by two or more words that work jointly to modify the same noun; they always appear before the noun they modify, and they are usually joined together by a hyphen (or hyphens). What are compound adjectives also known as? More...
Idiom of the Day

hold the ring

To monitor or control a conflict or dispute, especially in a neutral or uninvolved manner. Primarily heard in UK. More...

This Day in History

Dow Jones Averages Reaches Its Lowest Point of the Great Depression (1932)

The Dow Jones Industrial Average, often referred to as the Dow, is the best-known and most widely followed market indicator in the world. Tracking the performance of 30 blue-chip US stocks—which sometimes change—the Dow is thought to reflect the overall condition of the US economy. In 1932, the Dow reached its lowest point of the Great Depression, closing at 41.22—down almost 90 percent since 1929. It did not return to pre-1929 levels until 1954. When did the Dow reach its all-time high? More...
Today's Birthday

John Davison Rockefeller (1839)

After two years of high school, Rockefeller—the man destined to become, by some estimates, the richest person in history—got a job as a bookkeeper. A few years later, he formed a food handling firm that prospered in the American Civil War. In 1863, he entered the brand new oil business, and within 15 years, his company dominated the American petroleum industry. A noted philanthropist, he donated $550 million during his lifetime. It has been said that Rockefeller had what two ambitions in life? More...
Today's Holiday

Caribbean Festival (Feast of Fire) (2020)

The annual Caribbean Festival in Santiago de Cuba, also known as the Feast of Fire, is dedicated to preserving and promoting the cultural traditions of the Caribbean. In addition to numerous performances of music and dancing, there are exhibitions of culinary arts, painting, crafts, drama, religious rituals, and poetry. Each year the festival gives special focus to one of the Caribbean countries. The "Serpent Parade" is a high point of the Festival, with throngs of dancing people winding their way through the streets of Santiago de Cuba. More...
Quote of the Day
My father must have had some elementary education, for he could read and write and keep accounts inaccurately.
George Bernard Shaw
Grammar Quiz
Word Trivia

Today's topic: plow

acre - Old English aecer, now acre, was originally the amount of land a yoke of oxen could plow in a day; the Old English word came from Latin ager, "fertile field," and became acre, which first meant any field. More...

plow - Borrowed from Old Norse plogr. More...

snow berm - A ridge of snow graded up by a plow. More...

hale - A handle of a plow or wheelbarrow. More...

Spelling Bee
difficulty level:
score: -
please wait...
spell the word:
Please wait...
provided by
Match Up
Select word:

Match each word in the left column with its synonym on the right. When finished, click Answer to see the results. Good luck!

Select word:

Match each word in the left column with its antonym (opposite) on the right. When finished, click Answer to see the results. Good luck!


Your guess:

Here is the code to create this box: ? Customize

Please note that the tags are assigned CSS classes and you can manipulate the presentation of the content using style sheets.
The code for attribution links is required.

feed (for advanced users)

Double-click to look up any word on the page (Javascript)

Step 1. Add the following code in the head of all your pages:

Step 2. Modify the body tag as follows:

That's it. Now when the visitors double-click any word on your site they will get an instant definition.