A great online dictionary

By | April 19, 2011
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We’ve become fed up with Dictionary.com and most of the other online dictionaries. We don’t mind advertising on sites – we understand it’s necessary. But Dictionary.com seems to have taken advertising to hideous new level with multiple pop-ups, floating ads, flashing ads, video ads, talking ads and more.

If you want to look up a word without foraging through a plethora of blinking and flashing advertisement and dodging a bevy of annoying floating ads, give www.askdefine.com a try. There are no ads at all.

We don’t know how long they can survive without any ads at all, but as of today (4/19/2011) we don’t see any ads on AskDefine at all.

If you ust want to look up a word quickly without being visually assaulted with dozens of ads, give www.askdefine.com a try.You’ll find it refreshing

2 thoughts on “A great online dictionary

  1. Steve Rock

    There are ads there now, and they are hideous. The top ad is so large that the useful dictionary form is extended off the page. Goodbye, askdefine.com – I never used yuo and never will. I don’t mind a centered banner ad but for the love of god does it have to be 800 pixels tall – and only 120 pixels wide? Horrendous

    1. infoave Post author

      You’re right. Obnoxious. All good things must come to an end. I’ll remove the post. It was ad-free at the time we tested it.


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