A web page in "Your Dictionary"
It looks like what you're looking for, but I don't see any info about
availability. (See also http://ladl.univ-mlv.fr/English/engdtb.html,
particularly part A1 of
Another approach would be to use a transducer for French, which can
generate the inflected forms. This is not a dictionary that you can
scan through, but for certain purposes (parsing for instance), it might
work better. XRCE (Xerox Research Centre Europe) makes one; see
http://www.rxrc.xerox.com/research/mltt/fsnlp/. Another one (which I
haven't looked at) is at http://www.eti.pg.gda.pl/~jandac/fsa.html.
There are doubtless others.
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