Search generally for Acronyms,
or for a Redundant Acronym Phrase (RAP).
An acronym is a label formed from the beginnings of words (Greek: acro [head] and nym [word].)
A RAP is a phrase containing an acronym plus a word or phrase, such that,
when the acronym is expanded the phrase contains a redundancy; for example: ATM machine.
The full text of Roget's Thesaurus
Search nanday quotes,
a collection of quotes devoted in large part to vegetarianism and quotes by and about artists, or
Bartlett's Familiar Quotations,
a collection of passages, phrases, and proverbs traced to their sources in ancient and modern literature.
|The English Server|
Humanities texts on-line. The EServer, founded in 1990, is now based at Iowa State University.