💎 “Loving your language means a command of its vocabulary beyond the level of the everyday.” ~ John H. McWhorter 💎
Vocabulary building is an essential part of acquiring a new language. Pocket Thesaurus helps you in that by providing everything you need to improve your language skills by enriching your vocabulary.
Offline English dictionary containing synonyms and antonyms of more than 90,000 common words.
💡 Purely offline with over 90,000 common words.
💡 No Full Screen Ads, so never get interrupted while searching.
💡 Smallest offline dictionary with less than <14 MB download size and no other online dependency.
💡Find the easiest meaning(s) of every word with their part(s) of speech.
💡 View synonyms and antonyms both by relevance and in alphabetical order.
💡 Receive word of the day based on the GRE word list to prepare for GRE, TOEFL, and IELTS. You can switch this feature with a single tap or receive a silent notification. (We don’t want to be annoying ;))
💡 Receive the notification for Word of the Week. You can switch this feature with a single tap or receive a silent notification. (Strict no-annoyance policy ;))
💡 Search for words and bookmark them for later use.
💡 Simply tap on any word within the app to view its synonyms or antonyms.
💡 View the history of previously searched words.
💡 Using the Floating Thesaurus feature, see the synonyms of any word by selecting the word and clicking ‘thesaurus’ from the context menu.
💡 Switch between dark and light themes.
💡 Pronunciation (American)
💡 Correct commonly misspelled words.
💡 When in doubt regarding spellings, use the advanced/crossword search feature by simply replacing a single letter with a question mark (?) or replacing multiple letters with a single asterisk mark (*).
💡 Increase or decrease the text size to make it easier to read.
💡 Share words with friends and family.
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✔️ Fertilize your vocabulary by downloading Pocket Thesaurus today. ✔️
💎 “One forgets words as one forgets names. One’s vocabulary needs constant fertilizing or it will die.” ~ Evelyn Waugh 💎