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Twenty-First Century Synonym and Antonym Finder
Barbara Ann Kipfer

520 pages - A guide to more than twenty thousand synonyms and antonyms, in an easy-to-use, A-to-Z format, uses modern preferred usages and spellings, avoids outmoded, useless entries, and includes such added features as headword definitions.

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The Merriam-Webster Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms
Master the subtleties of language with the Merriam-Webster Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms. This useful reference goes beyond a thesaurus, explaining the fine shades of meaning that differentiate synonyms. Alphabetical arrangement of terms makes words easy to find.
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Scholastic Dictionary of Synonyms, Antonyms, and Homonyms
Doug Stanton
Containing 12,000 synonyms, 10,000 antonyms, and 2,000 homonyms, this versatile book is the perfect reference tool for student writers. Not only will it help students expand their vocabularies, this lightweight volume will help young people pick the perfect words to express their thought and feelings.
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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus
The Essential Reference for Home, School, or Office

Putting a new spin on a classic idea, Roget's new thesaurus cross references each word with the same concept, while providing 17,000 main entry words and 450,000 synonyms, more than any other thesaurus.
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Roget's International Thesaurus
Robert L. Chapman (Editor)
While still retaining Dr. Peter Mark Roget's fundamental and brilliant category concept--which groups all synonyms, antonyms, and related words together for quick and easy comparisons and without all the needless repetition of alphabetical thesauri--this edition has been completely revised, now with 325,000 entries in 1,073 categories.
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Webster's Synonyms Antonyms and Homonyms
A must for any bookshelf, this conveniently indexed reference contains twelve thousand synonyms, ten thousand antonyms, and two thousand homonyms, all alphabetically arranged in dictionary form.
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A Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms
Alan Spooner         Paperback - 576 pages (August 1999)
This dictionary provides an easy-to-use source of over 150,000 alternative and opposite words in order for the reader to improve wordpower and communication skills, and make English more interesting and original. For each entry, synonyms are listed alphabetically within each sense, and antonyms are placed at the end of entries where appropriate. There are illustrated examples to show how words of less obvious senses are used, and markers such as "informal", "derogatory", and "obsolete" highlight the usage style. There is extensive cross-referencing to other entries for extended lists of synonyms and to related words to broaden the reader's knowledge. There is also a Lexicon of Hard Words with interesting and unusual words as diverse as erubescence (blushing) and jumbal (sweet crisp cake), which will provide fascinating and useful additions to anyone's vocabulary.
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Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms
Martin H. Manser (Editor)
Lists of synonyms provide alternative words of the same meaning while lists of antonyms provide words of opposite meaning. This dictionary will be useful when writing a letter, essay, report or planning a talk, as it offers a variety of alternatives to over-used words. Designed to help widen the reader's vocabulary.
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Roget's Thesaurus of English Words and Phrases
Betty Kirkpatrick (Editor)
Roget was born in England of French parentage and made the development of an English Language Thesaurus his life's work. He gained little recognition in his own lifetime but the results of his endeavours have been diligently embellished and supplemented by generations of academics so that now, when we need another word for the one in our mind, when we are seeking a word but it won't come to mind, when we want to put together that "catch phrase" that will bring our customers running to our door, we reach instinctively for Roget's Thesaurus. They're even a standard part of the kit for most Word Processing programs.
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