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The most complete and easy-to-use thesaurus available in the UK: a complete home reference solution for writing, for work, for study, because you want to express yourself well, or just for the love of words.
This new edition has been fully updated to include all the latest new words. What's that word on the tip of your tongue? Want to avoid using tired or ugly words like 'nice' or 'get'? Collins Thesaurus of the English Language provides hundreds of thousands of related and alternative words to boost your vocabulary. Stuck with your crossword? Let the thesaurus help you find that tantalizing solution to tricky clues.
Version: Collins Thesaurus of the English Language 4.1
I never downloaded it, I dont think it is expensive, but never even looked past the price...I have freeware dictionaries with extras and was drawn to this only by the 'free' attached. I am not a student so do not need to pay for reference books anymore. it seems to be a reasonably good product by the screen shots, but that is as far as i can go.
IT IS NOT A FREEWARE PRODUCT...ONLY A 'FREE TRIAL' whatever that means.. really putting a stretch on the word "FREE" Maybe that should be the first word one looks up on the product.. 'free to try' is a redundancy anyhow...