Definition of dictional
a book or electronic resource that lists the words of a language (typically in alphabetical order) and gives their meaning, or gives the equivalent words in a different language, often also providing information about pronunciation, origin, and usage.
Later reference to a dictionary illuminated the answer, but by that stage all had been revealed.
Example of dictional
a dictionary of quotations
Apart from in books and dictionaries it was a word that was hardly heard.
Check out the books also on the lighter side of the English language and also the dictionary of word origins.
Don't rush to make good the deficiency by consulting a dictionary of national biographies.
For his castaway book he picks a dictionary of flora and fauna.
Group 1 selected equivalents for a test item on a multiple-choice test by using only the monolingual English dictionary .
I can remember my schoolteacher telling me to look a word up in the dictionary .
I keep turning to the dictionary and the thesaurus, not for a reference, simply to read words at random.
I'll look up 'love' in the dictionary