- DictionaryWeb·ster Groves/ˌwebstər ˈɡrōvz/
- 1. a city in eastern Missouri, southwest of St. Louis; population 22,335 (est. 2008).
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Webster, / ( ˈwɛbstə) /, noun, Daniel. 1782–1852, US politician and orator, John. ?1580–?1625, English dramatist, noted for his revenge tragedies The White Devil (?1612) and The Duchess of Malfi (?1613) Noah. 1758–1843, US lexicographer, famous for his American Dictionary of the English Language (1828)
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