He had given shape and permanence to his native language by his Dictionary.
The Century Dictionary will please not copy this definition.
He had returned to New York, and was engaged in the preparation of his dictionary.
To decipher the message, a special code-book or dictionary would be required.
It was written in French, and so he was obliged to save again, till he could buy a dictionary.
He had an especial dislike of learned and "dictionary words."
Get that old French dictionary out of the bookcase downstairs, will you?
"I can make out some of it," he remarked to Dan, when his friend returned with the dictionary.
Like Richelieu and Napoleon, he would have the word “impossible” banished from the dictionary.
Impossible,” said he, “is a word only to be found in the dictionary of fools.