Created by David and Ben Crystal. This site contains a giant, searchable glossary of every word Shakespeare ever used. Just type the word you're looking for in the search bar, and the search will pull up the word's meaning as well as every instance Shakespeare used it in his writings, along with the context.
Other useful features include:
Similar to Shakespeare's Words, this site enables you to read the complete works of Shakespeare for free, and contains an exhaustive online glossary. However there are a few features that make this site uniquely useful.
(no frills version)
The complete works available for free, courtesy of MIT. These transcriptions of the plays are no frills. There are no "features" to speak of; no annotations, no definitions, no footnotes. Just the bare bones text + and stage directions. There are some errors in the stage directions and some typos, but those can be found in printed, published editions too.
Despite its imperfections, MIT is my preferred way to read the plays on the go because