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    Is there any categorized glossary?

    As far as I'm concerned, most glossaries are arranged in alphabetical order. And
    I'd like to know whether there is some categorized glossary available on the
    Internet. I mean the kind of glossary which put words into groups, like
    "describing a person's character traits" or "describing a person's appearance"
    or something. I think it may make it easier to memorise new words and find out
    words we are looking for when writing. Thanks.

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    Re: Is there any categorized glossary?

    Quote Originally Posted by Joe
    As far as I'm concerned, most glossaries are arranged in alphabetical order. And
    I'd like to know whether there is some categorized glossary available on the
    Internet. I mean the kind of glossary which put words into groups, like
    "describing a person's character traits" or "describing a person's appearance"
    or something. I think it may make it easier to memorise new words and find out
    words we are looking for when writing. Thanks.
    I don't know of such a resource. Perhaps one of the others will.

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    Thanks, I'll have a look at it.

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    It wasposted by the site owner when the question came upbefore.

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