Roget's Superthesaurus

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Roget's Superthesaurus
by Marc McCutcheon
Writer's Digest Books, 2004
ISBN 1-58297-332-6
$6.99 paperback, 672 pages

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About the Book
If you're a writer on the go, you'll want this conveniently-sized, time-saving thesaurus at your fingertips. Easy to use and comprehensive in content, Roget's Superthesaurus is the only reference that features a reverse dictionary, sample sentences, colorful quotes, and more than 400,000 synonyms and antonyms organized alphabetically for quick access.

The next time that elusive just-right word or phrase is on the tip of your tongue, reach of Roget’s Superthesaurus, the must-have reference for all writers and readers!

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