I had a look at your site last night, and what I thought of this morning, was your real words lookup should have divided the list into words that are taken as web sites and words that are not taken as web sites.
I used the English three, five and seven letter words. It was a waste of time for me to go through the lists looking for an unused word.
You did find my WyC3.com site as taken. Otherwise it is your belief in the applicability and utility of your site that counts. As the term is coined - it is your baby.
Thank you very much for your visit and review…I can understand your frustration with dictionary word domain search…I am not sure whether you have any idea of domain industry…
nowadays it is quite difficult to find a available and useful dictionary word…forget about 3,4,5,6,7 words…all good and important .com dictionary word domains and 3 & 4 letter domain names are taken and they hardly drop...and it is pointless searching for .com good dictionary, 3 letter or 4 letter domain names….however, you can still find few good dictionary domains in other TLDs like .net or .info .org or .biz…and this is why we gave the option to search multiple TLDs at a time…even you can try country codes like .us or .co.uk…though hardly you will find good words are available…but there are still few available…
It is quite impossible for us to divide the database as taken or free…there are millions of domain names and it is quite impossible to track and maintain a database of taken and free domains….
However, now we are planning to develop a whois database for .com, and .net so that in the future we can guide our users in a better way….
Thank you once again for your review….