Glossary provides the means to locate that elusive Shakespearean word that you can't quite remember.
In addition to finding words, Glossary also provides brief definitions. To use the program, simply open it and choose File on the menu bar; then select find. A window that lets you type in a word to locate opens.
You can also choose Contents from the menu bar and pick any letter to bring up all of the words starting that letter. Just scan the list to see if the word you want is there. You can even print the lists or copy and paste them to another applcation.
For more information, including updates, please read the documentation or visit the home page.
This program runs on older Macs as well as newer machines. I was even able to run it on my Mac OS X iMac.
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