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The workaround I found was to go to Settings->Apps->All->Google Keyboard and tap "Uninstall updates". This reverted the keyboard app to the initial version of 4.021003 that was installed to my Nexus 5 when it updated to Lollipop. Apparently the feature I am describing was broken/changed some time between 4.021003 and 4.1.22123. I'm going to report this ...
This other SE answer might be of help if your phone is running under CyanogenMod. That answer, in turn, points to this article where author shows the location of built-in dictionaries on the phone filesystem, as well as the location of built-in dictionary source files in Android open source project. The rationale (all to be tried) should be grab the source ...
On your Keyboard, hold the settings icon (like in pic below, not my pic). Then click switch input method, a list will come up whit all activated keyboards. Choose one and then your keyboard changes. All without the need for an external app.
Volume + C is key function equal-lent to Cntrl+C
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