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'I heard he was a thesaurus editor.'
Despite its name, the Thesaurus was quite often at a loss for words.
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"I'm trying to find another word for thesaurus."
'He's a man of few works. He likes to talk, he just has a limited vocabulary.'
I've got all the words I need for my novel, it's just a case of putting them in the right order.
'I've been trying to think of a word for two weeks.'
'I can't find the words to express my anger with you.' - 'She needs a dictionary.'
"Sometimes, from time to time, now and again, at times I wish I'd never been given this Thesaurus."
'I've lost my thesaurus, I can't describe how I feel about it.'
'You're fired, eliminated, laid off, let go, downsized, terminated ...'
Roget inventing the Thesaurus - "Roget, it's wonderful; amazing; incredible, but where do you get the idea form?"
Thesaurus Publishing: Welcome, Greetings, Salutations
Progress: Antonym - Congress
Dung Beetle's Dictionary of Dung: Dinging verb, to ponder life and all things dung.
Sign on Roget's Thesaurus, Inc.: 'Absent Ingesting Comestibles'
Dung Beetle's Dictionay of Dung. Full of dung 1. Denoting self importance, eg: He was full of dung. 2. Sometimes literal.
Thesaurus Publishing: In a Meeting, Gathering, Conference, Forum, Discussion.
'The blasty libeccio fleyed the keitloa.'
RA-PUNZEL-ING: Verb: Descend a high tower by using a damsel's golden hair fixed at a higher point.
"What's another word for 'thesaurus'?"
"I bought a dictionary so I'll never be at a loss for words."
'Sometimes, from time to time, occasionally I wish I'd never bought that ruddy thesaurus!'
'Roget it's fantastic, superb, extraordinary...where on earth did you get the idea?'