Roget's Superthesaurus

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Writer's Digest Books, Aug 30, 2004 - Reference - 672 pages
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With more than 100,000 copies sold, Roget's Superthesaurus continues to be one resource that writers can't live without. Yet its large size makes it difficult to carry to coffee shops, writer's groups, and even to class.

&break;&break;Finally, all its invaluable information is now available in a pocket-size, value-priced format. Inside, users still receive the same content they've come to depend on, including:&break;&break;More than 400,000 synonyms and antonyms, organized in a clear and accessible way&break;The indispensable time-saving "Word Find" reverse dictionary&break;Vocabulary builders illustrated with sample sentences and well-known quotations&break;&break;Perfect for writers, students, and even the office, this book is a must-have reference.

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User Review  - bluetyson - LibraryThing

Synonyms = Useful. It doesn't matter what color the cover is, or what edition it is really, as long as you have a big enough version to get enough words into it. The ability to look up a word and find something similar, or even something opposite, is really very handy. Read full review

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I was writing one and the equipment shut off, so where it went to you I hope. You know I remember Helping to write all of this, even to word association with my grand Uncle and some of my family and children. I would love to see the documentary of truth ............How about you????We could even use it to help correct lies they added to harm your career, just as they wanted mentioned. what is the name haiwerth mean to you or is it Hayworth or just who is Char's man that is the killer of my son in Lakeville, and the same killer from Sunnyvale whose inlaw is bill porter or portor or just who lived at 655 Reynolds road Pontiac or Waterford township.Not really relatives of that killer yet do their own killings also and eat what or which clergy they want so the gain of buildings was their objectives that and vehicles, they admitted!!!!!!!! 

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Marc McCutcheon is a freelance writer & author of several books, including "The Facts on File Student's Thesaurus." He lives in South Portland, ME.

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