References - Dictionaries
Lost Words: A Feast of Forgotten Words, Their Origins and Their Meanings
By: Philip Howard Philip Howard's legendary 'Lost Words' column has been appearing weekly in The Times newspaper for many years, regularly and wittily illuminating for readers on the meanings of some...
OXFORD COMPACT THESAURUS. Third Edition.
by : Maurice et al (eds.) Waite
The New International Webster's Comprehensive Dictionar
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Toujours Tingo: First Edition
by : Adam Jacot de Boinod Did you know, that in Germany a young man with suspiciously good manners is called Tantenverfurhrer (literally, aunt seducer), that in Namibia there is...
Webster's American English Thesaurus & Dictionary,
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Webster's Business Writing Basics
Good business writing is the key to success in today's fast-paced business world. Whether you're communicating by e-mail, fax, or letter-writing minutes, memos, press releases, or reports-this invaluable reference provides...
Webster's Contemporary School & Office Dictionary
Webster's Contemporary School & Office Thesaurus
Make Your Words Count! This portable paperback thesaurus is an indispensable resource. Tens of thousands of synonyms and antonyms with plentiful examples of words used in context make it easy...
Webster's New Explorer Dictionary of Word Origins
Fascinating articles, written in a witty, conversational style, describe how English words have come to us from other languages and evolved over time. Also described are words, like workaholic, which...
Webster's New Explorer Encyclopedic Dictionary
by : Mariam Webster
Webster's New Explorer Guide to English Usage
This guide provides clear advice on confusing words, disputed usages, and alternative spellings. It is invaluable for anyone seeking to express themselves effectively in speech or writing. Perfect for home,...