Oxford American Writer’s Thesaurus in Review – What was that word again?

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A thesaurus is an indispensable tool for writers of any level. Verbose people (yours truly) need them and even more eloquent writers like Crom and Young can benefit from their use. The Oxford American Writer’s Thesaurus is an excellent reference tool for anyone who is looking for that … word. In previous reviews, we looked at the Roget’s Thesaurus, AHD4 Deluxe and a couple of Oxford dictionaries that also feature thesaurus fuctions.

American Writer’s Thesaurus has a unique take on thesaurus in that it is tailored to writers. Just so you know, if you are writing anything: blogs, letters, papers, books, articles – anything at all – you are a writer. You don’t have to be published or famous or elegant. This thesaurus product is helpful for anyone who puts their words and thoughts down onto some form of media.

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AHD4 Additions: Roget’s II New Thesaurus and AHD4 Deluxe

rogets-and-deluxeahd4-review-img_0018Enfour‘s experience in words extends beyond the boundaries of typical dictionaries like American Heritage 4 and the OED. For this tie-in, Roget’s II New Thesaurus will briefly be put to the test as a stand alone reference title and as it links to AHD4. Furthermore, we will compare AHD4 and Roget’s as separate units versus the AHD4 Deluxe version which combines the functionality of both works in our last look at Enfour’s offerings for this week.

If you are intersted in American Heritage Dictionary Fourth Edition, our review is available here.

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