Dictionary of Families
The dictionary of families presents all the words in the headword’s morpho-semantic family. A family consists of the words that have a common morphological root and variations on a common meaning. The following example shows the family of the word destroy.
Selecting a word from the list calls up its definition in the right-hand panel. You can move from one word to another in order to see the definitions of all the words in a given family. Click on the column name in the title bar and you can sort the family in alphabetical order or by syntactic category.