Thesaurus / encyclopedia

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As there are field guides to bird identification, there are plenty of illustrated encyclopedias and online resources to help recognize the different breeds and learn their fascinating histories.
He recalls his mother, who didn’t have a lot of money when he was a child, buying him a set of encyclopedias, which he read voraciously.
There is a new section for dictionary and encyclopedia results.
Roosevelt said that his book was as dry as an encyclopedia, thus erring in precisely the direction one would not have expected.
THEODORE ROOSEVELTHENRY CABOT LODGE
Yes, went on Helen relentlessly, we call her the Encyclopedia for short.
An encyclopedia might be compiled on the subject by writing minute records and dry details, but an encyclopedia was not desired.
That was after we read about the Cyclopes in the Ulysses story in our encyclopedia.
A WORLD CALLED CRIMSONDARIUS JOHN GRANGER
The Encyclopedia Britannica is not on the trail for truth—it wants current prejudices.
COMRADE KROPOTKINVICTOR ROBINSON
His chief clerk was the late well known Julius Oettl, a fine teacher of the piano and an encyclopedia of musical knowledge.
SIXTY YEARS OF CALIFORNIA SONGMARGARET BLAKE-ALVERSON
An encyclopedia, of course, is still better for the purpose in many cases.
THOUGHT-CULTUREWILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON

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