Wordmaster 0.91 (Unregistered)
This page provides information on the unregistered version 0.91 of
Palmetto Bay's Wordmaster lexical search tool. Please visit the
registration page to order the latest registered
version (currently 1.0).
Version 0.91 implements the following features:
The registered version (1.0) adds the following features:
- Fundamental query types: Rhymes, near rhymes,
homophones, spelling checks, synonyms and near synonyms.
- Basic sorting options: Alphabetical; semantic distance.
Upcoming versions (before 2.0), which registered users
can download for free, will add the following features:
- A 110,000 word dictionary
- Spelling pattern query wildcards
- Improved speed
- Sorting by word frequency
- Support for alternate word pronunciations
- Fuzzy phonetic and spelling matches
- Vocabulary subset options
- Richer spelling match options
- Live links to Web dictionaries and online help
Downloading the shareware version
Windows 95 and Windows NT 4.0 native version
(705 kbytes zipped) The program, dictionary, and data files needed to
run Wordmaster. You'll need to have Java installed on your computer.
If you have Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.0 or above, this archive is all you need to
You'll need an unzipping program that
can handle long filenames such as WinZip.
pbwm091a.exe: (Hosted by WinSite.com) A self-extracting version of the archive above.
If you don't have Java, download Microsoft's Internet Explorer 3.01, or just the Java Virtual Machine self-extracting archive, and install it separately.
Java Virtual Machine classes
(59 kbytes zipped) The Java classes, standalone application, and supporting data files for Windows 95 and Windows NT 4.0. This archive doesn't include
the dictionary file.
- Look for archive formats for other platforms here soon.
Structured dictionary files
eng33kwm.zip: (669 kbytes zipped)
The 33,000 word dictionary used by the unregistered version of Wordmaster. This is included in the Windows 95 native version. Download this only if you choose the JVM version above. Put this file in the same directory that you extract the class archive to.
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