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The difference between words esteemed synonymous, 1766.

John Trusler

The difference between words esteemed synonymous, 1766.

by John Trusler

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Published by Scolar Press in Menston, Eng .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • English language -- Synonyms and antonyms.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEnglish linguistics, 1500-1800; a collection of facsimile reprints -- no. 207, English linguistics, 1500-1800 -- no. 207.
    ContributionsGirard, Gabriel, 1677-1748.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v in 1 ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22822312M

    1) John Trusler. The Difference between Words Esteemed Synonymous () 2) Hester Lynch Piozzi. British Synonymy () 3) William Perry. Synonymous, Etymological, and Pronouncing English Dictionary () 4) William Taylor. English Synonymy Discriminated () 5) George Crabb. English Synonymous Explained () 6) Goerge F. Graham. The difference between words, esteemed synonymous, in the english language; and, the proper choice of them determined: together with so much of the Abbe Girard's Treatise, on this subject, as would agree, with our mode of expression by John Trusler. London: J Dodsley, Volume 2 only of 2. Original full leather binding with raised bands on.

    Trusler, John, / [] The difference, between words, esteemed synonymous: in the English language; and, the proper choice of them determined: together with, so much of Abbé Girard's Treatise, on this subject, as would agree, with our mode of expression. of English Words and Phrases published by Pçter Mark Roget in By the time Rogeťs work had appeared, dictionaries of synonymy were more or less commonplace, the first such work in English having been published in (it was The Difference Between Words, Esteemed Synonymous by Rev. John Trusler, apparently an outgrowth and adaptation to.

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Author: Trusler, John, Title: The difference, between words, esteemed synonymous: in the English language; and, the proper choice of them determined: together with, so much of Abbé Girard's Treatise, on this subject, as would agree, with our mode of expression.

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Publication date plus-circle Add Review. comment. Reviews. Abstracted () James Buchanan Linguæ Britannicæ Vera Pronunciato: Or, A New English Dictionary () William Johnston A Pronouncing and Spelling Dictionary () John Trusler The Difference between Words, Esteemed Synonymous, in the English Language () William Kenrick A New Dictionary of the English Language: Containing, Not Only the.

Trusler, J. The difference between words esteemed synonymous, in the English language; and, the proper choice of them determined. London: for J. Dodsley. [English Linguistics –, Alston ( Menston: Scolar Press)].

The first book of synonyms, in English, appeared in The Difference Between Words Esteemed Synonymous, by Rev. John Trusler, showed how words that mean similar things can be substituted for one another. Replaced. Traded. Surrogate. Alternate. @ColleenV John Trusler, The Distinction Between Words Esteemed Synonymous.

Commas were used more liberally in the 18th century than today, but this is extravagant even for then. Trusler appears to have been a real character. – StoneyB on hiatus Nov 17 '14 at Hüllen shows how Trusler, his The Difference, Between Words, esteemed Synonymous () at the head of the tradition for English, had Girard as his acknowledged source and added to it (p.

) from his own ‘observation of linguistic reality together with his ideas on style and norm’ and from Johnson's dictionary, and he points out (p. John Trustler’s The Difference Between Words Esteemed Synonymous in the English Language; and the Proper Choice of Them Determined () was deemed “Useful, to all, who would, either, write or speak, with Propriety, and, Elegance” (evidently, a treatise on comma usage would also have been useful).

And a fascinating text by Hester Piozzi. John Trusler, The Difference between Words esteemed Synonyms, in the English Language; and the proper choice of them determined () Hester Lynch Piozzi, British Synonymy () James Leslie, Dictionary of the Synonymous Words and Technical Terms in the English Language () George Crabb, English Synonyms Explained ().

London: Printed for and Published by the Rev. J[ohn] Trusler, / First and only edition, a moral work by an author who is credited with publishing the first thesaurus to the English language (The Difference Between Words Esteemed Synonymous, ).

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Other readers will always be interested in your. defined The Synonymous, Etymological and Pronouncing English Dictionary as an “unusual hybrid” (Noyes ), not being in line with other supposedly similar works such as John Trusler’s The Difference between Words Esteemed Synonymous in the English Language (), James Barclay’s A Complete and Universal.

The Difference Between Words Esteemed Synonymous English Linguistics (A Collection of Facsimile Reprints) Selected and Edited by R. Alston. For instance, John Trusler, The Difference between Words Esteemed Synonymous in the English Language, and the Proper Choice of them Determined, 2 vols (London, ); Google Scholar Hester Piozzi, British Synonymy, 2 vols (Dublin, ).

English synonymy made its appearance in with John Trusler's Difference between Words Esteemed Synonymous in the English Language.6 4 [John Brightland's Grammar of the English Tongue (London, ); James Greenwood's Essay Towards a Practical English Grammar (London, ), and Michael Maittaire's English Grammar (London, ).

‎An English accidence: or, abstract of grammar; for the use of those who, without making grammar a study, wish to speak and write correctly. With rules for reading prose and verse. By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler., John Trusler. An English accidence: or, abstract of grammar; for the use of those who, wi./ (London: Printed for J.

Dodsley, ), also by Gabriel Girard (page images at HathiTrust) Trusler, John, The difference, between words, esteemed synonymous, in the English language; and the proper choice of them determined; together with so much of Abbé Girard's treatise, on this subject, as would agree, with our mode of.In this book Werner Hüllen examines Roget's Thesaurus in relation to linguistics, philosophy and history.

He explores the influence of Roget's Thesaurus abroad (Germany and the Romance countries). He epitomizes its history and compares the various editions of the book.