In Seaford Golf and Country Club v. E.I. duPont de Nemours and Co., (Del. Supr., May 15, 2007), read opinion here, the Delaware Supreme Court reviewed a trial court decision interpreting a contract. The trial court opinion was based on stipulated facts without a trial. One of the issues in the case involved the interpretation of the word "plant" (as in industrial facility),  that was not defined in the agreement and that was otherwise of uncertain meaning as it was used in the agreement. In such case, the high court observed that it was appropriate to refer to dictionary definitions. However, the parties submitted different dictionary definitions that were inconsistent, so that was not helpful. In sum, the court remanded for a fuller factual record, such as depositions of the parties who entered into the agreement in order to produce testimony as to their intent.