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I just updated to iOS 9, and I noticed that the built-in dictionaries, I previously used, aren't working. I had used American English, British English, and Apple Dictionary. Now, when I try to define any word, I get a "No definition found" error. The dictionaries I previously used show a blue circle (while all the others show the cloud download icon).

  • I'm having the same issue – Dan Sep 21 '15 at 2:36
  • I had the same issue, so annoying – lorixx Sep 22 '15 at 5:37
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Sounds like a bug to me. Not even iOS is completely immune to them, even after a long public beta period. So, not a lot that you can do other than wait for iOS 9.0.1 and hope that it will fix that issue with the dictionary.

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I was so sad when this happened to me because I practically have no vocabulary😂 It's an easy fix though you go to settings->general->reset->reset keyboard dictionary.

Trust me it won't do anything bad. I freaked out when I saw you have to reset it but you only have to reset the dictionary keyboard to work. A plus is that it still has your dictionaries downloaded and ready to go after you've reset it😊

  • That doesn't fix the downloaded dictionaries that define words, only the user dictionary which affects spelling / autocorrect. – Dan Sep 21 '15 at 2:38
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I was also facing the same issue...just go to Settings->General->Reset->Reset All Settings. This will solve your problem.

  • That doesn't fix the downloaded dictionaries that define words, only the user dictionary which affects spelling / autocorrect. – Dan Sep 21 '15 at 2:38

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