Merriam-Webster just updated the official Scrabble dictionary for the first time in four years (buy it here), adding some new words like bizjet (opening with the plural bizjets gets you 120 points) — plus some old words that are finally deemed playable, including OK, ew, zen, and qapik. These new words will change gameplay, and for a little while, they might give you a new dickish way to win a Scrabble game.
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Android (rooted): Something that is strangely missing from Android is a system-wide dictionary. You're probably used to highlighting and copying a word, and then pasting it into Google to look it up. XDictionary is an Xposed module that puts word definitions just a couple of taps away.
Windows/Web: We've featured quite a few great language tools on the web, but if you're looking for a downloadable program with word definitions, pronunciations, example sentences, thesaurus and system integration, free program TheSage is one of the best dictionaries around.
Almost like a less offensive Urban Dictionary, IdiomDictionary is for those phrases that everyone seems to understand except you — instead of getting them to explain it, you can look it up in their giant database of over 5000 idioms.