thesauric

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EtymologyEdit

thesaurus +‎ -ic

AdjectiveEdit

thesauric (comparative more thesauric, superlative most thesauric)

  1. Of or relating to a thesaurus or to synonyms.
    • 2005, Margaret Masterman, Yorick Wilks, Language, Cohesion and Form (page 135)
      Groupings in languages (Chinese, Sanskrit, Sumerian) where alphabetical dictionaries are ruled out by the nature of the script have been found to have thesauric properties []

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