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Not all thesauruses are created equal. Thank goodness there are a lot of choices, depending on the word or need.
Here are 3 of my favorites:
This thesaurus gives more word options than I have ever seen. The words are also grouped by parts of speech as well as intended meaning. For example, the word “sad” can mean: being mournful or feeling sorrow; distressing or causing sorrow; somber or dull; sad because one has no friends or company; not capable of being repaired, cured, regained, or undone; not great in amount or number; or depression in a season, mainly winter.
I came across this thesaurus when looking for synonyms for polyamory and was frustrated many resources that either didn’t offer any synonyms or the synonyms were biased.
Teaches writers how to convey emotion to readers in a unique and compelling way.
When Written Word is Spoken and Prompts Change