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One of the things I find hard to track down online is a good thesaurus. I find most are far too dry to suit my needs.

This is one that I like and use often. Please share your own favorites! I used the word "writing" as an example.

Aiksaurus - Online Demo

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Thanks!

For language that's on the more ornate and flamboyant side Roget's 1911 Thesaurus is online, thanks to the ARTFL Project. Modern terms won't be there obviously. I find that to be a good thing! I always use the headwords search first.

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