Webster's New World Thesaurus

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Charlton Laird
Simon and Schuster, Jul 1, 2003 - Business & Economics - 512 pages
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  • EASY...Organized alphabetically just like a dictionary, with no confusing number systems.

  • ACCESSIBLE...Only common words are used in the main entry list -- never esoteric words that you would not think of looking for.

  • COMPREHENSIVE...Brims with synonyms, antonyms, and phrases other word finders overlook -- so you're never at a loss for words.

  • UP-TO-THE-MINUTE...Expanded and updated! Packed with additional listings and synonyms to reflect today's latest scientific, medical, and other technical terms.

  • INDISPENSABLE...Featuring carefully selected antonyms -- this is a must-have reference tool that individualizes your writing and makes it come alive.
  

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I have it... it works.. what else can be said about a thesaurus. I'm always amazed at how many different ways one thought might be expressed and use this extensively when I'm writing. I don't have to ... Read full review

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Charlton Laird, first Hilliard Distinguished Professor of the Humanities (University of Nevada, Reno), and holder of both earned and honorary doctoral degrees, has devoted a lifetime to writing and teaching. His mastery and vast knowledge of language are reflected in the pages of Webster's New World? Thesaurus.

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