thesaural

thesaural

(θɪˈsɔːrəl)
adj
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) relating to a thesaurus
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Analysis of thesaural and semantic sources, as well as publicly available corpora, indicate that the approximate ratio of multiword expressions to single words in general language is about 0.8 (this typically applies to Western European and North American languages where compounding is not that marked).
(1991), "Lexical Cohesion Computed by Thesaural Relations as an Indicator of the Structure of Text", Computational Linguistics, volume 17, number 1, pp.
A Yes, and one of the things Teltech has, that you may not know about, is a very detailed and comprehensive thesaural structure--a taxonomy.
When this happens, as Sobin puts it in a pithy line, the past and present "clot, thesaural" (35).
Roget, of thesaural fame, is a character in Stephenson's play.
In turn a concept is represented by several terms (often thesaural equivalents or variant forms of the same word) any one of which may be present; each disjunction expresses that any of the terms by itself represents the concept.
Complete syndetic structure is emphasized because this thesaural characteristic is least well represented by LCSH.
* Concept-based such as Verity (verity.com) and FAST (fastsearch.com) extracts the meaning of your query and matches it with what authors mean in documents, even though the search term doesn't exactly correlate with the terms used in documents--"ice cream" might bring up documents containing "gelato" using a thesaural approach.