Interested in Language
tongue-in-cheek what does it mean???
Many thanks for the link!
I've quite a few dictionaries bookmarked, but "onelook" is brilliant, with a bunch of additional (wild-card/context) tools! I can see me using it regularly in future.
I regularly used the Free Dictionary, because it checks other dictionaries (as "onelook" does) and covers everything, including detailed AME/UKE definitions (incl. legal, medical and Wikipedia) and a Thesaurus on the same results page.