National Thesaurus Day

Amusing musings of a dedicated linguaphile.

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January 18th is National Thesaurus Day. English is the only language with so large a vocabulary that we make thesauruses for it. It’s historically appropriate/applicable/befitting/correct to acknowledge/recognize that we ended up in this place by ambushing/bushwhacking/assaulting/assailing other languages in dark alleys and rummaging through their…

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Michael Nabert

Michael Nabert

Researching a road map from our imperilled world into one with a livable future with as much good humour as I can muster along the way.

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