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Which of these books would not be useful if you wanted a synonym for the word aggravate? Roget's Thesaurus O.E.D. a common dictionary American Dialect Dictionary
Weegy: The thesarus would be more useful. [ A thesaurus is a reference work that lists words grouped together according to similarity of meaning (containing synonyms and sometimes antonyms), in contrast to a dictionary, which contains definitions and pronunciations. The largest thesaurus in the world is the Historical Thesaurus of the Oxford English Dictionary[citation needed], which contains more than 920,000 entries. ] (More)
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The primary purpose of a dictionary is to standardize the language. True False
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Etymological dictionaries are the only dictionaries that provide word derivations. True False
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What term is used for a legal document which proposes a series of reasons, each beginning with Whereas..., for following a particular course of action? a resolution a law a contract a petition
Weegy: A resolution... The WHEREAS section identifies and explains the problem that needs to be addressed, providing facts that establish the foundation for the proposed solution. [ Each fact is listed separately beginning with WHEREAS and ending with a semi-colon. The final WHEREAS ends with a semi-colon followed by the word therefore. ] (More)
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Most dictionaries include information on the history of the language. True False
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