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Microsoft Encarta College Thesaurusby Susan Jellis
Synopses & Reviews
Language is a powerful tool. Us the new manual. Microsoft Encarta College Thesaurus.
Whether used to tweak the wording of an academic dissertation, add gravity to a letter, or polish a business presentation, the Microsoft Encarta College Thesaurus presents an innovative design that provides two options for searching more than 350,000 synonyms and antonyms.
-Dual navigation system combines two modes of access for easy searching
-Alphabetical section for quick reference:
-40,000 A-Z listings with 350,000 synonyms and antonyms
-Cross-reference to the thematic section
-Thematic section for more in-depth word searches:
-1,200 entries expose you to the rich network of word relationships
-Explore eclectic themes such as "Positive Intellectual Characteristics," "Parts of an Engine," and "Wholeness and Completeness."
About the Author
Susan Jellis, General Editor of the Microsoft Encarta College Thesaurus, received an M.A. in General Linguistics from Manchester University, England. She is an editor of the Cambridge International Dictionary of English, Special Subjects Editor of the Encarta World English Dictionary, and the Editor of the Microsoft Office 200 Synonym Finder.
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