WordWeb Pro Features
- Add optional third-party dictionaries in separate tabs
- 70 000 audio pronunciations
- Clear text pronunciations with syllables
- One-click look up from almost any program, including MS Word
- Tab pages to quickly check web references
- Bookmark words
- Highlights commonly used widely-understood words
- Links between sounds-like and often-confused words
- Find words matching a pattern
- Add definitions to the database
- Solve and find anagrams
- Copy results to the clipboard
- Search for words in a large number of optional extra
- Add your own custom glossaries
- Import and export custom definitions and glossaries
- Configure for American, British, Canadian, Australian
or Asian English
- Option to hide (default) or flag vulgar and offensive
- Reverse definition (full text) search
The extensive up-to-date dictionary database features:
- Definitions and synonyms, including many compounds
and proper nouns
- Word relations: find antonyms, parts or types, less
specific words, etc.
- Over 130 000 synonym sets and 162 000 root words
- Search over 280 000 words, compounds and derived
- 70 000 pronunciations, with pop-up hint pronunciation
- 70 000 usage examples
- View alphabetically nearest words, suggestions
for many misspellings
WordWeb Pro runs under Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8 (desktop).
You do not need to be online to use WordWeb.
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See usage information and dig out related words:
Enter a pattern as the search word and it will find words that match, e.g.
- T???SH finds thrash, thresh and thrush
- *GRY finds angry, hungry and unangry
- ?*Q*P finds acquaintanceship, equip, liquid soap, re-equip, and square up
Use * to stand for any number of letters, and ? for one unknown letter. You can also do powerful advanced searches for vowel/consonant patterns, punctuation specific word forms, and groups of letters, or general advanced regular expressions.
You can also search sets of additional word lists (see
the ordering page for
details), including place names, specialized word lists and other languages.
Enter a word and you can find all straight and multiple
word anagrams, e.g.
- protest finds potters, spotter, to strep, pert sot, etc.
- begin finds being, binge, in beg, and gin be
- WordWeb Pro finds powder brow + many others.
You can also find partial anagrams. How many words can
you make using the letters in "constitutional"? WordWeb Pro's
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You can see some of the dictionary content online in
the online dictionary.