Wordnik API

Wordnik
Wordnik APIs let you request definitions from the The Century Dictionary, frequency data reflecting occurrences in our corpus, example sentences for words, spelling suggestions, word autocompletion, and words of the day, and more on the way.
Specs
http://www.wordnik.com
Reference
Dictionary, Spelling
XML, JSON, REST
No
API Key
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API Mashups (2)
  • When you ever need the pronunciation of a word, send the word via SMS to "SayIt ☎" at 917.740.1911. You'll receive a call with the pronunciation (if found), and also an optional...
  • Uses the Wordnik API to retrieve random words. Then creates short URLs for users with those words. Instead of generated gibberish, it uses English words to make the URLs memorable and repeatable, in...
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Sample VBA code for calling the Wordnik API
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Sample VBA code for working with the Wordnik API in your VBA programs.

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SayIt SayIt
When you ever need the pronunciation of a word, send the word via SMS to "SayIt ☎" at 917.740.1911. You'll receive a call with the pronunciation (if found), and also an optional definition!
Shorty Shorty
Deprecated
Uses the Wordnik API to retrieve random words. Then creates short URLs for users with those words. Instead of generated gibberish, it uses English words to make the URLs memorable and repeatable, in addition to short.