Noah Webster


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Noun1.Noah Webster - United States lexicographer (1758-1843)Noah Webster - United States lexicographer (1758-1843)
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and declaring himself Noah Webster, to the innocent delight of many
The Introduction pays tribute to America's greatest lexicographer Noah Webster, Jr.
Noah Webster is best remembered for the words he put in people's mouths: He published the American Dictionary of the English Language in 1828, codifying an American language that was distinct from England's.
1828: Noah Webster published his American Dictionary of the English Language.
Noah Webster is one of those pioneers who should never be forgotten.
Noah Webster is famous for writing the first dictionary of the English language as spoken in the United States.
Noah Webster defined the verb "may," as "[t]o have moral power; to have liberty, leave, license or permission; to be permitted; to be allowed.
Perhaps they were influenced by the great statesman, educator, and author of Webster's Dictionary (and the man for whom Webster County in our state is named), Noah Webster, who said: "Education is useless without the Bible.
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They describe the constitutional foundations and the ideas of individuals like John Locke, James Madison, Noah Webster, Daniel Webster, and Abraham Lincoln.
Benjamin Franklin and Noah Webster tried to reinvent a distinctly American version of the English language, while in addition to writing distinctly American common school textbooks, Webster wrote a federal catechism to be recited by school children.
Though not a systematic survey, Gardner's study highlights the important examples of notable editors, publishers, and contributors, from Noah Webster, Mathew Carey, and Isaiah Thomas to Judith Sargent Murray, Susanna Rowson, Charles Brockden Brown, and Washington Irving.