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Does anyone know of a good online thesaurus? I've used http://thesaurus.com/ and http://www.merriam-webster.com/. Especially something that's good with phrases, figures of speech or idioms.

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Try with Wordnik –  user19148 Jun 21 '12 at 6:26
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Check out few informative resources on thesaurus:

  1. Collins Dictionary

  2. Macmillan dictionary:

  3. Babylon thesaurus:

  4. Thesaurus on Yahoo Education:

  5. Thesaurus.net

  6. Wordnik (suggested by Carlo_R)

Visual Thesaurus:

It is one of amazing things. You can check the words synonyms, meanings in the form of web links. http://www.visualthesaurus.com/

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