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- Find your Dictionary in the
Applications folder. Drop it in the dock. Highlight a word in whatever application you are working in, and drag and drop it into the Dictionary icon in the dock.
- Google makes the "Google Quick Search Box" (QSB) which is a lot like QuickSilver and LaunchBar (more like Quicksilver of the two). I think for your purpose, QSB is the best option. Google will give you Dictionary results quite readily based on some criteria. I found that if the definition was not immediately available, I could invoke it more explicitly by typing the word whose definition I am seeking followed by xe2x80x98definitionxe2x80x99.
Here is a little more information about those xe2x80x98quick launchxe2x80x99 applications. Googlexe2x80x99s QSB is free, quite capable, clean in appearance, but is a little sluggish. xe2x80xa6 LaunchBar is faster, pretty powerful, not as xe2x80x98prettyxe2x80x99, and costs around USD 25-40. Quicksilver has been discontinued, and the developer has recommended that users switch to LaunchBar.