look up any word, like blumpkin:
Weird person: "When you look up 'dictionary' in the dictionary, it just says 'this'."
by hg3300 February 27, 2010
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An English language reference that was obviously not consulted by any of the previous writers, based on their multiple grammatical and spelling errors.
1.) "Your" used in place of you are (you're).
2.) Could OF-Should OF and Would OF !!!!! OF is not a verb. It provides NO action. The correct verb is HAVE. Please use it!!!! I could have read the dictionary.
3.) Stop already with the um!, ahh!, and "It's like"
Then work on "Ya know?" Hell no I don't know. Why do think I asked you (or axed ya).
by Vocabulary police April 27, 2006
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>...:"What do you think you are looking at right now! What are you, some kind of smart-ass? Now log-off, get back to work and quit fooling around!!":...<
"In one of Mr. Webster's early editions of his dictionary, he defined "freedom" as: '...deviation from the norm!'"
by Carl J. Maltese April 23, 2007
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You're an ass-hole.
I bough a dictionary the other day, and the first thing i did was look up the word dictionary. It said "you're an ass-hole".
by T-Ship August 13, 2008
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A book without the word gullible in it...
Gullible Person 1: Did you know that 'gullible' isn't in the dictionary?
Gullible Person 2: Really? (Checks dictionary)
Gullible Person 2: Wow! It really isn't in the dictionary!
Gullible Person 1: Oh my God! Give me a look!
by NickDX November 09, 2007
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"You're an ass hole" (Demetri Martin)
You're an asshole for looking up the word dictionary within a dictionary.
by estevan August 13, 2007
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The standard dictionary is a great way to get everyone to think and act the same way. It defines terms the way the writers like Webster want people to accept the words. Once the words are locked in as meaningful, the next step is the encyclopedia. This is all condoned by the Church, State, Military, Industrial, Education, Crime, Pseudo-Crime fighting masses to control everyone for the writer's own advantage and stop change. If anyone has a different definition of a word, one of the above mentioned group members says, "that is not the meaning of the word." So we all end up thinking and acting the same way, killing each other and burning up the world. Words are much more tricky than people think. Most people think "Peace" is the opposit of "War," because that is what the "dictionary," says; but nothing has lead to "War," more than "Peace." Either way one looses, when one follows the standard dictionary, encyclopedia, church. state, military, industrial, crime, pseudo crime fighting worded way. In the beginning was not "The Word," it was, "What was." Words are hints to get us where we need to go. If one accepts them totally as given by the standard dictionary, one is a word fundamentalist, which leads to other fundamentalist wars such as we now have.
"Eddie looked it up in the dictionary, that prooves he's right." Despite the fact that none of these words have any absolute meaning.
by fred ressler September 30, 2006
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