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  • noun Plural form of thesaurus.

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Examples

  • Dictionaries come in handy, as do the thesauruses ... thesauri ... however you spell the danged plurality for it.

    Freeware Is My Fave Ware

  • I was a far cry from the little girl who had opted for thesauruses and anatomy books over marriage fantasies.

    Live and Let Love

  • We are waiting, always waiting, for a game that can send us running to the blogosphere to discuss -- "here, here's one," we gasp, prizing Flower closely, thumbing through the indices of academia to find quotes about art, cracking our thesauruses for synonyms of narrative, homophones for wind.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • We are waiting, always waiting, for a game that can send us running to the blogosphere to discuss -- "here, here's one," we gasp, prizing Flower closely, thumbing through the indices of academia to find quotes about art, cracking our thesauruses for synonyms of narrative, homophones for wind.

    I'd Rather Let The Flowers Keep Doing What They Do Best

  • I was a far cry from the little girl who had opted for thesauruses and anatomy books over marriage fantasies.

    Live and Let Love

  • Dictionaries come in handy, as do the thesauruses ... thesauri ... however you spell the danged plurality for it.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • This little gadget features a voice recorder, notebook, a camera, video camera, the internet and tons of apps, including dictionaries, thesauruses and e-readers.

    Holiday Season « Write Anything

  • This is what has happened with Janelle Monáe, a singer so exciting that writers are flipping deep into their adulation thesauruses looking for new ways to express the opinion.

    Pop Goes the Art House

  • She was part of a small team of young women who scoured thesauruses and atlases and encyclopedias of Greek mythology for obscure names that would bait people into buying things.

    Strangers at the Feast

  • She was part of a small team of young women who scoured thesauruses and atlases and encyclopedias of Greek mythology for obscure names that would bait people into buying things.

    Strangers at the Feast

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