Synonyms for Literate: Educated, Well-Read, Informed
“What’s Another Word for Thesaurus?”-Steven Wright, American Comic
How many of us have a worn paperback or hardback copy of Roget’s Thesaurus? I know I do…somewhere. Roget’s Thesaurus and a dictionary were always by my side growing up and came in so handy. Today I learned that Peter Mark Roget, who took 12 years to compile the thesaurus, was born today in London in 1779. Dr. Roget accomplished quite a few things, “the log slide rule, which included a scale displaying the logarithm of the logarithm in 1815;”–about.cominventorsand “He was the first to notice something called “persistence of vision” — the illusion of movement when looking at a series of still photographs in rapid succession — which formed the basis for future motion picture technology.”–The Writer’s Almanac
The Greek word for “treasure” is thesaurus; I can only imagine how Roget must’ve valued, appreciated, treasured his project once it was completed for all the world to use and use they did….it is still in print and online.
Joan Baez wrote and sang: “Then give me another word for it You who are so good with words”–Diamonds and RustHey, did Bobby use a thesaurus?????