I wanted to verify my understanding of the Greek phrase "hoi poloi", which has been borrowed by English, so I typed it into Safari's search bar and was prompted with a suggested dictionary entry. I clicked on it and was taken to a page on Dictionary.com that had virtually nothing other than ads and similar assorted trash. Nowhere on the page was any definition of "hoi poloi"
This is obviously totally useless. I don't know whether the fault is with Safari or (more likely) with Dictionary.com or something in between, but it doesn't really matter—it simply needs to be fixed somehow. How or where can I configure this to behave differently. The worst acceptable case is that I just disable this and am not lured off the normal path of searching through DuckDuckGo.com/search.Brave.com/whatever, which actually works.
I'm using Safari 16.1 (17622.214.171.124.13, 17614) on macOS 12.6 (21G115). Safari's search engine is set to DuckDuckGo.