|shoulder as in "should"
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|Author:||credneb [ 2010-06-02 07:28:36 ]|
|Post subject:||shoulder as in "should"|
I looked up "shoulder" in Nisus Thesaurus just now and was surprised to find such entries as
shoulder (as in "should") v. : be expected to: "Parties should be fun"
What gives? How does the thesaurus work if it returns such results?
I even checked two paper dictionaries to see if this was an archaic usage, but no go.
|Author:||Hamid [ 2010-06-02 08:13:08 ]|
|Post subject:||Re: shoulder as in "should"|
The current version of Nisus Thesaurus is still based on WordNet database version 1.7 (2001).
The current version of WordNet is 3.0:
I have updated my own copy of Nisus Thesaurus with updated files from version 3.0.
Under 'shoulder' >Similar, I get the following:
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