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A possible solution is to reset all the defaults: Settings > Apps > Menu > Restore App preferences (or something, I have a Dutch version installed)
On my Galaxy S3, running 4.1.2, the User dictionary is a background service that can be disabled. If you are running a similar device look into the following: Settings\App Manager\All\User Dictionary Click the disable button. If you are using a different device or system this could get you started in the right direction.
If there are a lot of them, it might be easier to just clear all default applications. You can do this without installing an app or having to look through a list. Go to Settings, then Apps (in the Devices section). From the overflow menu pick Reset app preferences. The next time you have more than one app for something, you'll get the app chooser. Any apps ...
Default App Manager will show you all applications that have "Clear Defaults" available in the application settings screen.
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