Answered By: Jennifer Harris Last Updated: Feb 28, 2017 Views: 15
You can find a thesaurus by searching the Online Library Catalog.
Here are just a few examples of the general thesauri we have available:
- Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Thesaurus (library use only)
- Roget’s II: the New Thesaurus
- Cambridge Thesaurus of American English (electronic resource)
- Bloomsbury Thesaurus (electronic resource)
These are a few examples of thesauri that are more subject specific:
- Thesaurus of Accounting and Auditing Terminology (library use only)
- Thesaurus of International Trade Terms (library use only)
- Clinician’s Thesaurus: the Guidebook for Writing Psychological Reports
Additionally, the library subscribes to the Oxford English Dictionary, available via the A - Z Database List. The Oxford English Dictionary has a Historical Thesaurus feature that you can access by clicking on the “Thesaurus” link to the right of each definition in a dictionary entry.
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