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See definition of essays on Dictionary.com
  • nounwritten discourse
  • nountry, attempt
  • verbtry, attempt

synonyms for essays

  • article
  • discussion
  • dissertation
  • manuscript
  • paper
  • piece
  • study
  • thesis
  • treatise
  • composition
  • disquisition
  • explication
  • exposition
  • theme
  • tract
  • exertion
  • shot
  • toil
  • undertaking
  • effort
  • bid
  • work
  • labor
  • aim
  • trial
  • experiment
  • hassle
  • struggle
  • venture
  • tryout
  • test
  • travail
  • endeavor
  • whack
  • dry run
  • try on
  • striving
  • one's all
  • one's level best

antonyms for essays

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  • idleness
  • pass
  • pass
  • peace
  • pastime
  • fun
  • entertainment
  • laziness
  • idleness
  • pass
  • neglect
  • rest
  • relax
  • idle
  • forget
  • laze
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There were eight in all to read essays—nice looking girls, and much like the Lasells and Wellesleys we used to know.
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And as they do not even mention the well-known essays of MM.
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She wrote several histories, essays and political works, which are now nearly obliviated.
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Political thinking soon became a favorite topic for written expression and biographies and essays became numerous.
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In 1751 he published the Scribleriad, a poem in six books, and from 1753 to 1756 wrote essays for the World.
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Such essays generally start with “a bright, clear morning,” and “a party of four of us.”
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Stevenson says in one of his essays that a description which lasts longer than two minutes is never attempted in conversation.
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It can be safely said that not more than one half the essays end when the thought ends.
ENGLISH: COMPOSITION AND LITERATUREW. F. (WILLIAM FRANKLIN) WEBSTER
In short essays this is the most frequent beginning, and it may safely be used at all times.
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