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  • Format: Unabridged Audiobook Download | ISBN: 9780375765094
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On Sale: August 07, 2001
ISBN: 978-0-375-76509-4
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Do you have a proclivity for sesquipedalian words? Has your prose become ossified because you haven't augmented your vocabulary lately? Here's the perfect pedagogical solution. Word Smart Genius Edition teaches more than 150 of the most interesting and challenging words in the English language.
Perfect for college students, professionals, wordmongers, crossword puzzle devotees, or just plain show-offs, Word Smart Genius Edition informs and instructs in a uniquely entertaining way.


Word Smart Genius Edition includes:

-words grouped by subject
-concise, accurate definitions
-lively, humorous examples and stories
-mnemonics (memory devices)
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