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: (noun) A worker who holds or is invested with an office.
Synonyms: official
Usage: The functionary next in consequence to the agent was the blacksmith, a most important, and, indeed, indispensable personage in a frontier community.
Article of the Day

St. Gregory of Nyssa

Born around 330 CE in what is now Turkey, St. Gregory was a professor of rhetoric, a priest and bishop, and a defender of orthodoxy. He was prominent in the First Council of Constantinople and became a leading defender of the doctrine of the Holy Trinity. His most important theological writing was his Oratio catechetica, a classic outline of Orthodox theology, but a handful of his letters also survive. Which of St. Gregory's relatives are also saints? More...
Daily Grammar Lesson

Modal Verbs that Indicate the Future

Because modal auxiliary verbs can be quite similar in how they are used, it is sometimes unclear when it's more appropriate to use one instead of another. For instance, "will" and "shall" can both be used to indicate the future. But "shall" can only be used to form the future tense when the subject is in what person? More...
Idiom of the Day

be on (one's) conscience

To be a persistent cause or source of guilt, such as an act of wrongdoing. More...

This Day in History

French Foreign Legion Founded (1831)

The French Foreign Legion is a unit of the French Army largely composed of foreigners and commanded by French officers. It was created by King Louis Phillipe in 1831 to keep potential dissidents busy fighting for France rather than against it. Because enlistment historically required no official identification, many criminals joined under assumed names to hide their unsavory backgrounds. What are the two ways foreign-born legionnaires can earn the right to apply for French citizenship? More...
Today's Birthday

Pablo Martín Melitón de Sarasate y Navascués (1844)

Sarasate was a Spanish violinist and composer. He began studying the violin with his bandmaster father at age five, and at his first public concert at age eight, he impressed a wealthy patron and was sent to study in Madrid. There, Queen Isabel II gave him the Stradivarius violin that he would play for the rest of his life. He made his Paris debut in 1860 and commenced touring the world. He wrote scores of brilliant virtuoso works, some of which are still played today. Where are his violins now? More...
Today's Holiday

Shwedagon Pagoda Festival (2020)

The people of Myanmar celebrate their local pagodas or temples on the full moon day in the month of Tabaung (February-March in the Gregorian calendar). The largest celebration is held at the Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon, the former capital city of Myanmar. Visitors to the pagoda take the opportunity to make offerings and to pray. This ancient temple, which is more than 2,500 years old, is 300 feet tall and has a dome covered in gold and precious jewels. The dome, with its two tons of gold and more than 5,000 diamonds, glitters so brightly that it can often be seen by airplanes flying overhead. More...
Quote of the Day
The eye, like a shattered mirror, multiplies the images of sorrow.
Edgar Allan Poe
Grammar Quiz
Word Trivia

Today's topic: zero

aught - Another word for "nothing, zero." More...

zero, cipher - Zero and cipher come from Arabic sifr, "nought, zero," from Sanskrit sunya, "empty." More...

lay an egg - The egg in "to lay an egg" refers to "zero." More...

googol - Coined when mathematician Edward Kasner asked his nephew to create a word for the number 1 followed by 100 zeros. 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:

Hangman provided by
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:

亲朋捕鱼大乱斗辅助器that's it. now when the visitors double-click any word on your site they will get an instant definition.