A word having a meaning opposite to that of another word.
One of two or more words that have the same spelling but differ in origin, meaning, and sometimes pronunciation.
One of two or more words that have the same sound and often the same spelling but differ in meaning.
A word having the same or nearly the same meaning as another word or other words in a language.
A book of synonyms, often including related and contrasting words and antonyms
A word element, such as a prefix or suffix, that can only occur attached to a base, stem, or root word.
A word composed of two or more words; specifically, two or more words joined together by a hyphen
An affix, such as dis in disbelieve, attached to the front of a word to produce a derivative word or an inflected form.
The form of a word after all affixes are removed; thematic vowels are part of the stem.
An affix added to the end of a word or stem, serving to form a new word or functioning as an inflectional ending, such as ness, ing, or s.
An annual publication including calendars with weather forecasts, astronomical information, tide tables, and other related tabular information.
Collection of supplementary material, usually at the end of a book.
A reference book containing an alphabetical list of words, with information given for each word, usually including meaning, pronunciation, and etymology.
A comprehensive reference work containing articles on a wide range of subjects or on numerous aspects of a particular field, usually arranged alphabetically.
List of often difficult or specialized words with their definitions, often placed at the back of a book.
A preliminary statement or essay introducing a book that explains its scope, intention, or background and its usually written by the author.
Something that can be used for support or help.
A title, short explanation, or description accompanying an illustration or a photograph.
Cause and effect
The concept that an action or event will produce a certain response to the action in the form of another event.
A prose or verse composition especially one telling a serious story, that is intended for representation by actors impersonating the characters and performing the dialogue and action.
A literary work passed on the imagination and not necessarily on fact
A note placed at the bottom of a page of a book or manuscript that comments on or cites a reference for a designated part of the text.
The act of clarifying or explaining.
A style of printing type patterned on a Renaissance script with the letters slanting to the right.
An edge and they are immediately adjacent to it; a border.
Prose works other than fiction: true stories.
A distinct division of written or printed matter that begins on a new, usually indented line, consists of one or more sentences, and typically deals with a single thought or topic.
A topic of discourse or discussion
A schedule of activities or events.
Particulars considered individually and in relation to a whole.
To consider or describe as similar, equal, or alike.
The close or last part, the end or finish.
To set in opposition in order to show or emphasize differences.
A principle, statement or idea having general application.
The act of reasoning from factual knowledge or evidence.
To bring by the use of argument or evidence to firm belief or a course of action.
Conforming exactly to fact.
To hold the attention of with something amusing or diverting.
To examine and judge carefully.
A thing or things helpful in forming a conclusion or judgment.
To manifest or communicate, as by a gesture.
Knowledge or information based on real occurrences.
To impart information to; make aware of something.
A judgment or estimation of the merit of a person or thing.
To undertake a course of action or embrace a point of view by means of argument, reasoning, or entreaty.
Having a bearing on or connection with the matter at hand.
To provide knowledge of.
The pitch of a word used to determine its meaning or to distinguish differences in meaning.
To establish the truth, accuracy, or reality of.
Either or both of the upright curved lines (), used to mark off explanatory or qualifying remarks in writing or printing.
The art or work of a poet.
To state, tell about, or make known in advance, especially on the basis of special knowledge.
To read again.
To tell again in a different form.
A grammatical unit that is independent and has a subject, verb, and predicate.
To glide or pass over quickly.
The heading or title of a subdivision of a printed subject.
To tell in reduced form.
A set of data arranged in rows and columns.
An identifying name given to a book, play, film, musical, or other work.
A topic of discourse or discussion.
A schedule of activities or events; a time table.
The true story of the writer’s life.
True story of a person’s life written by another person.
One of a par of marks [ } used in writing and printing to enclose matter in mathematics.
The characters in a play and the actors who play those characters.
The spoken words of a play.
A record of events kept daily or at frequent intervals.
A daily record of reflections or feelings.
A narrative composed from personal experience.
A dramatic sketch performed by one actor.
One who writes poetry.
Something that props or sustains.
The ordinary language people use in speaking or writing.
A short saying that tells practical truth.
The written copy of the play.
A satirical or humorous story.
A division of a poem consisting of a series of lines arranged together in a usually recurring pattern of meter and rhyme.
A conscious state of mind or predominant emotion.
A secret plan for accomplishing something.
The opposition of people or forces that give rise to the dramatic action in a drama or fiction.
Seemingly unreal tale of beauty, perfection, luck, or happiness.
A story coming down from the past popularly regarded as historical although not verifiable.
Old tales that have been passed down from generation to generation.
The repetition of usually initial consonant sounds in two or more words or syllables.
To enlarge beyond bounds of the truth
Expressing one thing in terms normally denoting another with which it may be regarded as analogous.
The words, their pronunciation, and the methods of combining them used and understood by a community.
A word that expresses action.
A person, place or thing.
A word that is used with a noun or pronoun to describe it.
A word used in place of a noun.