Definitions for "Thesaurus"
Catalog of terms and its definitions, variations, relationships of equivalence, hierarchical and associative, as well its usage. Singular, Plural, Typographic, Lexical, Syntatical, Synonymous, Quasi-Synonymous, Antonymous, Broad Term, Narrow Term, etc.
A treasury or storehouse; hence, a repository, especially of knowledge; -- often applied to a comprehensive work, like a dictionary or cyclopedia.
A work that lists terms, giving synonyms and/or antonyms for each. In database searching, it provides a standardized, controlled vocabulary for searching and organizing the database.
a classification structure
a complex network of vertical and horizontal links, providing a mechanism for comprehensive and specific indexing and retrieval
a dangerous tool in the wrong hands
Keywords:  etde, inis, see
see INIS/ETDE Thesaurus
Keywords:  spoiler, kind
a kind of spoiler
Keywords:  indispensable, writers, aid
an indispensable aid for writers
a structured wordlist used to standardise terminology
a sub-set of the language we use in daily life
a type of documentary language that represents the conceptual structure of a specific field of knowledge
an arbitrary construction, since it attempts to classify human experiences that go beyond theoretical boundaries within rigid partitions
a living document that will require ongoing maintenance and periodic reviews to maintain its relevance and usefulness to the organisation
Keywords:  find, lot, whole, fine, great
a fine place to find a whole lot more
a great way to find new words
Keywords:  idea, good
a good idea too
a great resource for descriptive writing
Keywords:  thing, good
a good thing