I just found a post on using the right dictionary and I immediately had to review its reference: You’re probably using the wrong dictionary by James Somers . I don’t regret it. The core message is that we shall not only use dictionaries to find the meaning of words we don’t know, but to use them to enrich our prose. I never considered there would be such a dictionary that allows for such kind task. James presents the Webster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary, unfortunately that link is broken. Nevertheless he provides a link to download the dictionary , it a standard format for dictionaries.
After unzipping the file there is a second file that
needs to be expanded
stardict-dictd-web1913-2.4.2.tar.bz2, that one
contains the dictionary. To use it the GoldenDict package can be
used. Detailed instructions for configuring it are here
Software archeologist – Recovering Physicist – Dancer
As scientist I studied the very small quantum world. As a hacker I distill code. Software is eating the world, and less code means less errors, less problems, more world to enjoy. Now I build on Cardano for a world where I'm back into control.