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Spell Check of webster

Correct spelling: webster

Definition of webster:

  1. English playwright ( 1580- 1625)

Common misspellings for webster:

  • websphere (36%)
  • webester (18%)
  • wester (18%)
  • wbster (18%)
  • webstore (9%)
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Webster \we-bs-ter, web-ster\

Webster as a boy's name is pronounced WEB-ster. It is of Old English origin, and the meaning of Webster is "weaver". The -ster ending on English occupational surnames like Webster and Brewster shows that the work was originally a female occupation. The occupations were then taken over by males, and the names were adopted too. Lexicographer Noah Webster produced the first American dictionary in 1828. Mostly 19th-century use. Statesman Daniel Webster.
Weeb, Web, Webb, Webbster, Weber.

Examples of usage for webster:

  1. Mr. Webster has millions, and he said I could take all I wanted. "Jane Lends A Hand" , Shirley Watkins.
  2. Some had struck a Daniel Webster pose, thus straining and disguising themselves. "Epistles-from-Pap-Letters-from-the-man-known-as-The-Will-Rogers-of-Indiana" , Durham, Andrew Everett.