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The Merriam-Webster Dictionary

(1997)
Editor(s): John M. Morse
Frederick C. Mish
Publisher: Merriam-Webster, Incorporated
Pages: 894
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Bindings:Paper Back
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Classifications:NonFiction
Synopsis:
Extensive coverage of new words helps you take charge of today's language.
Learn the meaning of hypertext, morph, factoid, and others.

Easy-to-understand, authoritative definitions help you communicate effectively.
Over 70,000 clear, concise meanings.

Spellings and pronunciations help you write and speak accurately.
Also includes acceptable variant spellings and pronunciations.

Special information sections offer extra help and guidance.
Signs and symbols, foreign words, and nations of the world.

Perfect for school, home, or office!