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Synonymizer

by A5308Y ST3

Find and chose synonyms directly from within sublime

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Sublime Synonymizer

Sublime Package to find and chose synonyms for a selected word.

The saying goes that naming things is one of the hardest parts of software development. Especially for non-native English speakers synonym services can be extremely helpful to find the right words. Instead of having to switch to a browser and navigate to a thesaurus site to enter a search term this package allows you to find them from within your editor.

Usage

Select a single word, open the command palette and select “Synonymizer”. You will be presented with a list of possible synonyms to chose from. Select one to replace the selected word.

demo

Thanks go to

https://www.datamuse.com/api which does all the heavy lifting of finding synonyms.