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OneLook Reverse Dictionary and Thesaurus

OneLook Reverse Dictionary and Thesaurus
<div id="needs_javascript"><center><b>Note: The new Reverse Dictionary requires JavaScript.</b><br /><img src=" If you have disabled JavaScript in your browser, please <a href=" it for this site</a> or use the <a href=" version of the reverse dictionary</a> here.</p><p></center><div> How do I use OneLook's thesaurus / reverse dictionary feature? This tool lets you describe a concept and get back a list of words and phrases related to that concept. Your description can be anything at all: a single word, a few words, or even a whole sentence. Why would I want to do this? Here are some examples of how you might use this tool: Has this changed recently? Yes! How does it work? The reverse dictionary uses the Datamuse API, which in turn uses several lingustic resources described in the "Data sources" section on that page. Yikes. For some types of searches only the first result or the first few results are likely to be useful. Can I use this service from anywhere on OneLook? Sure! Certainly! Yes!

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"OneLook's reverse dictionary lets you describe a concept and get back a list of words and phrases related to that concept. Your description can be a few words, a sentence, a question, or even just a single word. Just type it into the box above and hit the "Find words" button. Keep it short to get the best results. In most cases you'll get back a list of related terms with the best matches shown firs" by macopa May 14

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