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Are you lost for the right word?

Is your text becoming boringly repetitive?

Does the story need more careful crafting?

Can you feel an urge to present a three dimensional view of your subject?

Then choose from the variety of flavours offered in here with all the million associated synonyms.

One could easily be spoiled for choice, and begin to use wonderful words that don't really mean what is meant. On the other hand, the subtle shades of sense that become possible with a wider vocabulary enable the use of greater depth and breadth to enhance one's prose.

But don't forget to use The Chambers Dictionary,Pocket Fowler's Modern English Usage (Oxford Paperback Reference), and Strunk and White's The Elements of Style as well. These three, with Longman Synonym, complete the essential reference quartet any conscientious writer must own.
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on 13 November 2008
The most exhaustive and adventurous Synonym Dict. I know. vast and alphabetical it is not for non-native speakers I should think and provides a host of weird and wonderful counterparst. Also published as 'the Synonym Finder'.
O for a CD-Rom version....
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