Of course you’d expect a site called The Free Dictionary to have a dictionary, which they do, but they also have additional dictionaries including:
TheFreeDictionary's Encyclopedia also draws from the , which includes nearly 28,000 entries on a broad range of topics, , which features 9,000 significant figures from all periods of American history, and , a handy fact finder with thousands of the facts and figures, and all the information you need everyday.
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I don’t know that you’ll be using The Free Dictionary enough to make customizing the page worth it, but keep this in mind as something you are able to do if you want to. You can add, remove, drag and drop the different elements of TFD so it’s set up just the way you’d like it to be. You can also view weather info, your bookmarks, and RSS feeds, right from the page.
Containing over 100,000 terms, TheFreeDictionary's Encyclopedia is compiled from a number of sources, including . The current contains nearly 52,000 entries and more than 84,000 hypertext cross-references, marshalling 6.5 million words on a vast range of topics. Comprehensively revised on a quarterly basis, the electronic edition is among the most complete and up-to-date encyclopedias ever produced.