How do I cite the dictionary?

Citing the Dictionary and Other Online Sources

  1. headword of the entry cited (in quotes)
  2. title of the source (in italics)
  3. date the dictionary or thesaurus was published, posted, or revised (Use the copyright date noted at the bottom of this and every page of the Merriam-Webster Dictionary.)

Who wrote the Merriam-Webster dictionary?

Noah Webster
Noah Webster (1758–1843), the author of the readers and spelling books which dominated the American market at the time, spent decades of research in compiling his dictionaries. His first dictionary, A Compendious Dictionary of the English Language, appeared in 1806.

Who is the Merriam-Webster dictionary named after?

In 1831, George and Charles Merriam founded the company as G & C Merriam Co. in Springfield, Massachusetts. In 1843, after Noah Webster died, the company bought the rights to An American Dictionary of the English Language from Webster’s estate. All Merriam-Webster dictionaries trace their lineage to this source.

What is the first word in the Merriam-Webster dictionary?

“Aardvark.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster,

Are Noah Webster and Daniel Webster related?

Perhaps less known than his cousin, Sen. Daniel Webster, Noah Webster (1758–1843) nonetheless profoundly influenced the development of American national language and culture.

What does nonwaivable mean?

The right to cancel is typically nonwaivable, which means that the seller can’t ask or require you to give up this right. Most of the time, you must send your cancellation in writing. Even if the law allows you to cancel the contract orally, it’s a good idea to prepare and send a timeshare letter of cancellation to the seller.

What is the meaning of ‘uninvadable’?

Uninventable. meaning. (0) That cannot be invented. adjective.

What does Unavowable mean?

Webster Dictionary (0.00 / 0 votes)Rate this definition: Unavoidable (adj) not avoidable; incapable of being shunned or prevented; inevitable; necessary; as, unavoidable troubles. Unavoidable (adj) not voidable; incapable of being made null or void.

Is waiverable a word?

The word waiverable is not recognized by any of the authoritative English dictionaries. The word most closely resembling waiverable is waivable.