webster

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noun web·ster \ˈweb-stər\

Definition of webster

archaic

  1. :  weaver 1

Origin and Etymology of webster

Middle English, from Old English webbestre female weaver, from webbian to weave; akin to Old English wefan to weave


Webster

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biographical name Web·ster \ˈweb-stər\

Definition of Webster

  1. Daniel 1782–1852 American statesman and orator


Webster

biographical name web·ster

Definition of Webster

  1. John circa 1580–circa 1625 English dramatist


Webster

biographical name web·ster

Definition of Webster

  1. Noah 1758–1843 American lexicographer and author


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