Oh great Thesaurus, you are my favorite.
You can turn this:
“I see you are looking for people with know-how in the writing stuff and know what to do with books… and stuff.”
“I understand you are seeking candidates with a solid background in writing, craft, and with familiarity with the publishing field.”
“Apparently caregivers are sensitive to the length and complexity of their own models even before they expand the child’s utterances.” Born to Talk, Hulit and Howard, 2006, p. 152
“People watching over children worry about what they say.”
“It was a dark and dreary night.” (I can’t remember who wrote this, but it is overly quoted.) (You can put it down in the comments if you know. The author, not the quote.)
“It was a gloomy and monotonous hour of darkness.” (Well, not quit the same.)
Who couldn’t love the Thesaurus, or a great piece of pie? I just don’t know.