Highly Selective Thesaurus for the Extraordinarily Literate

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Harper Collins, Mar 17, 2009 - Reference - 224 pages
Anyone looking to improve his or her vocabulary and anyone who loves words will be enthralled by this unique and impressive thesaurus that provides only the most unusual -- or is it recondite? --words for each entry.
 

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In this era of the internet and Google, one wonders why there would be a need for reference books in print (aside from times of the occasional power outage). But internet sites aren’t always ... Read full review

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Somehow it seems like this book should be longer and contain more words--my same complaint about almost all thesauri--oh well it is what it is, and i do use it Read full review

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Eugene Ehrlich wrote and edited numerous reference books on language, including the original Oxford American Dictionary and Amo, Amas, Amat and More.

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