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APA Citation

Webster, N., Harris, W. Torrey., Porter, N. (1907). Webster's International dictionary of the English language: being the authentic edition of Webster's unabridged dictionary, comprising the issues of 1864, 1879, and 1884 thoroughly revised and much enlarged under the supervision of Noah Porter, with a voluminous appendix and references history to which is now added a supplement of twenty-five thousand words and phrases. Reference history ed. Springfield, Mass.: G. & C. Merriam company.

MLA Citation

Webster, Noah, 1758-1843, William Torrey Harris, and Noah Porter. Webster's International Dictionary of the English Language: Being the Authentic Edition of Webster's Unabridged Dictionary, Comprising the Issues of 1864, 1879, And 1884 Thoroughly Revised And Much Enlarged Under the Supervision of Noah Porter, With a Voluminous Appendix And References History to Which Is Now Added a Supplement of Twenty-five Thousand Words And Phrases. Reference history ed. Springfield, Mass.: G. & C. Merriam company, 1907.

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