unabridged dictionary

  1. a dictionary that has not been shortened by the omitting terms or definitions; a comprehensive dictionary
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  • It used to be that an unabridged dictionary and an encyclopedia would be kept accessible in middle-class homes, for settling questions of language or fact.
  • Again, the unabridged dictionary gives "sinewy" as its first definition of "nervous. The Human Brain
  • Unfortunately he did not live long enough to marvel with me at the word "floccinaucinihilipilification" (29 letters), which I discovered by chance in my unabridged dictionary last year. The Union - All Categories
  • An unabridged dictionary defines ‘mentum’ as a chin-like projection on some orchids or part of the median plate of an insect.
  • When I was a kid, I used to enjoy doing something very much like this by following cross-references in the unabridged dictionary at the library.
  • Stephen Wilson's impressive tome that weighs in at 1024 pages invokes immediate parallels to other information sources in book form, such as the Yellow Pages or any unabridged dictionary.
  • The word prove is usually reserved for mathematics: “to verify the correctness or validity of by mathematical demonstration or arithmetical proof” Random House Unabridged Dictionary. The Sacred Promise
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