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- Option 3 - RSS feed
- Option 5 - Dictionary Link
Option 1 - Dictionary Lookup Box
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Option 2 - free content for your website
Option 2.1 - for most users
|Definition:||(adjective) Very cold; icy.|
|Synonyms:||arctic, frigid, glacial, polar|
|Usage:||After only a few minutes in the gelid wind, they were shivering too hard to speak.|
VelcroVelcro is a brand name of fabric hook-and-loop fasteners. It was invented by a Swiss engineer who came up with the idea after examining the burdock seeds that kept sticking to his clothes. Velcro consists of a layer of hooks and a layer of loops which, when pressed together, form a bond that can be very strong: full-body hook and loop suits have been made that can hold a person to a suitably-covered wall. Velcro was even involved in the first medical procedure of what kind? More...
Boston Massacre (1770)Many Bostonians resented the heavy British military presence in their city during the late 1700s, and the soldiers' enforcement of the unpopular Townshend Acts merely exacerbated the tense situation. On March 5, 1770, soldiers opened fire on an aggressive, rioting civilian mob, killing five men. The Boston Massacre, as it became known, fueled the anti-British sentiment that culminated in the American Revolutionary War. Which future US president served as the troops' defense lawyer? More...
Rosa Luxemburg (1871)Luxemburg was a Polish-born German revolutionary and Marxist political theorist. She helped found the Polish Socialist party, was a leader in the German Social Democratic Party, and collaborated with Karl Liebknecht in founding the Spartacus League in 1916. Imprisoned during World War I for opposing the war, Luxemburg continued to secretly write politically inflammatory essays and had them illegally smuggled out of prison and published. How did she die? More...
Boston Massacre Day (2015)March 5 marks the anniversary of the 1770 street fight between a group of colonial American protesters and a squad of British troops quartered in Boston—an event that reflected the unpopularity of the British regime in colonial America and set the stage for the American Revolution. In Massachusetts, the anniversary of the Boston Massacre is observed annually with patriotic songs and speeches. More...
Death is the only physician, the shadow of his valley the only journeying that will cure us of age and the gathering fatigue of years.
Welcome to the all-new WordHub!
Use the letters in the wheel to create as many words as you can before time runs out!
Play with mouse: Click letters to add or erase them. Click the red circle to delete all.
Play with keyboard: Type to add and Backspace to erase. Press Escape to delete all.
Option 2.2 - image format feed
In some cases it is impossible to use active scripting on the web page. For example, Myspace.com does not allow scripts. In this case you can use plain image format below. Only use this format if you have to, script format is faster and more robust.
Option 2.3 - for advanced usersIf you need a full control over the layout please place on your page the following code:
An attribution link as shown in the example above is required.
Option 3 - RSS feed (for advanced users)
RSS feed is available at:
- Word of the Day.
- Article of the Day.
- Today's Birthday.
- Today's Holiday.
- This Day in History.
- In the News.
- Quote of the Day.
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.