The Haters Dictionary


Non-Fiction - Education
16 Pages
Reviewed on 02/17/2015
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

The Haters Dictionary by Joseph D. Smith is quite an interesting concept of a dictionary. It contains all the words to use against those whom you dislike. The idea of a Haters Dictionary is original and novel. The definitions of the words listed have been taken from the Merriam Webster Dictionary, giving more clarity to the words and the meanings they convey.

This dictionary describes the meanings extensively and the definitions make understanding the words very clear. Most of these people whom you dislike and who use hate words will not have a clear understanding of what you mean or about the words used. Words like 'Ageism', 'Homophobia', 'Redneck' and many other words sometimes do not make sense to the people listening to them. This dictionary proves to be helpful when it comes to explaining many hate words.

Each word, the meaning, and the note that follows makes the meaning very clear and leaves readers with no doubt regarding the meaning and when, where and how to use it. I enjoyed the book. It made the meanings of a lot of words that I already know much clearer with the detailed description, and is also helpful in using these words in the right places, at the right time and to the right people.