English Synonyms and Antonyms
by James Champlin Fernald
Publisher: ManyBooks 1896
Number of pages: 779
A practical and invaluable guide to clear and precise diction for writers, speakers, students, business and professional men. With notes on the correct use of prepositions; designed as a companion for the study and as a text-book for the use of schools.
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