Re: antonym for hyperbole

Subject: Re: antonym for hyperbole
From: David Jones/KSBEISD <David_Jones/KSBEISD -dot- KSBEISD -at- DATAHUB -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 5 Jun 1996 10:26:18 HST

>Not to mention that hyperbole is a noun, and every item on that list,
with the exception of "London Times style," is an adjective. I might
have unusually high standards, but shouldn't a writer know the
difference? For that matter, shouldn't a writer know how to use a
dictionary?<
In this case, a good thesaurus would be a start -- the (old) one that's my
favorite includes a section of "antonyms" for each word.

David Jones, Technical Writer
David_Jones/KSBEISD -dot- KSBEISD -at- Datahub -dot- com
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