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thesaurus    : [θəs'ɔrəs]
Thesaurus \The*sau"rus\, n.; pl. {Thesauri}. [L. See
{Treasure}.]
A treasury or storehouse; hence, a repository, especially of
knowledge; -- often applied to a comprehensive work, like a
dictionary or cyclopedia.
[1913 Webster]

thesaurus
n 1: a book containing a classified list of synonyms [synonym:
{thesaurus}, {synonym finder}]



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