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Thesaurus Day #800654
01/15/13 07:56 AM
01/15/13 07:56 AM
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Lisa - Fiction Writing Offline OP
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What new words will you learn on Thesaurus Day? Will you discover all of the different ways to say ‘hat’? Or maybe you are more interested in words that have to do with computers. If you are a writer, what new words will you be learning to put in the book you are writing?

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Interesting topic! I am a writer and the Thesaurus, whether book form or online, is my best friend. How about Apothecary - It just came to me as a word to look up: "Main Entry: apothecary  [uh-poth-uh-ker-ee] Part of Speech: noun Definition: pharmacist Synonyms: dispenser, druggist, gallipot Notes: in the US, one says druggist , but chemist in the UK; pharmacist is a formal term in both countries and apothecary is the old-fashioned term." Copied from Thesaurus.com

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Sorry that came out looking like one big paragraph. HTML and UBBCode are disabled and I can't figure out how change it. If anyone has any suggestions on helping me out with this, I would be very grateful!


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