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) Marked by interest in or preoccupation with oneself or one's own thoughts as opposed to others or the environment; shy or reserved.
Synonyms: introspective, self-examining
Usage: Bobby is an introverted child, so it is unlikely that he would feel comfortable entering the talent show.
Article of the Day

Casu Marzu

A traditional Sardinian delicacy, casu marzu is pecorino cheese that has been intentionally infested with live cheese fly larvae. The cheese itself is soft, having been partially decomposed by the larvae. It is readily available on the black market in Sardinia, where it is considered an aphrodisiac and served with red wine. Some choose to cover casu marzu with one hand while eating it, as the larvae can leap up to 6 in (15 cm). Resistant to human stomach acids, the larvae can do what when eaten? More...
Daily Grammar Lesson

Making Imperative Sentences

We usually use the imperative mood to form imperative sentences when we want to issue direct orders, commands, or general instructions. When we make an imperative sentence, we use the infinitive form of the verb (without "to"). What do we do to the subject of the verb? More...
Idiom of the Day

have (one's) feet on the ground

To be and remain in a calm, stable, sensible, and pragmatic state or condition; to not be subject to extreme emotional reactions or affected by exceptional changes in one's situation. More...

This Day in History

US Secretary of State George Marshall Announces the Marshall Plan (1947)

World War II left the finances and industry of Europe crippled. In 1947, Marshall proposed a plan for the US to finance the European recovery. From 1948 to 1952, it provided almost $13 billion in grants and loans to 17 countries and was a key factor in reviving their economies and stabilizing their political structures. While most of Europe embraced the plan, it was strongly opposed by the Soviet Union and some Eastern European nations. How, according to Marshall, would this plan benefit the US? More...
Today's Birthday

John Couch Adams (1819)

Before the planet Neptune was discovered, Adams—an English astronomer and mathematician—correctly predicted its existence and position based on irregularities in the motion of Uranus. However, the credit for the discovery went to Urbain Leverrier, who had come to the same conclusion later but published his findings earlier. In 1846, the planet was first observed by a German astronomer using Leverrier's calculations. A modest man, Adams also declined to publish what other findings? More...
Today's Holiday

Ramayana Ballet (2020)

The most spectacular dance-drama on the island of Java, Indonesia, is held on an open-air stage at the Prambanan Temple near Yogyakarta. The ballet is a contemporary abbreviated version of the Hindu epic, the Ramayana, unfolding over the four nights to tell the story of Prince Rama banished from his country to wander for years in the wilderness. More than 100 dancers and players in gamelans (percussive orchestras) present spectacles of monkey armies, giants on stilts, and clashing battles. The rich carvings of the Prambanan temple complex in the background are spotlighted by the moon. More...
Quote of the Day
What is a novel if not a conviction of our fellow-men's existence strong enough to take upon itself a form of imagined life clearer than reality and whose accumulated verisimilitude of selected episodes puts to shame the pride of documentary history.
Joseph Conrad
Grammar Quiz
Word Trivia

Today's topic: monkeys

macaque - Based on Bantu kaku, "monkey," and ma, denoting a plural, translating to "some monkeys." More...

monkey business - A transfer of the tricks of monkeys to human behavior. More...

barrel of monkeys - Monkeys are usually a source of merriment, so if one had a barrelful of them, one supposes this to be quite hilarious; a group of monkeys is actually called a troop. More...

see monkeys - To be overcome by the heat while working. More...

Spelling Bee
difficulty level:
score: -
please wait...
spell the word:
Please wait...
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.

RSS 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.