Phrase Finder For Journalists, Copywriters and Authors

Share Article, the world’s largest phrase finder, launched today.

“PhraseHQ is to phrases, what Roget’s Thesaurus is to synonyms”, said Miles Galliford, CEO. “We created it because there is no single source, either online or in print, where you can search across all types of phrases", an online phrase thesaurus, with over 50,000 idioms, proverbs, short quotes, catchphrases, slogans, clichés, similes, rhyming slang and jargon, launched today.

It has taken 10 years to collect the phrases together and more than 1,000 new phrases are still being added every month.

The website provides an invaluable resource for authors, journalists, copywriters, marketers, speech writers, song writers and anyone involved with creative writing.

“As a professional headline writer, I have been looking for a phrase finder for many years. is a really useful resource. It has halved the time it takes me to come up with unique and attention-grabbing headlines”, said John Campbell, a freelance copywriter in London.

PhraseHQ has an intelligent search engine which finds phrases both by matching keywords and by meaning. For example a search on the word ‘love’ finds phrases with the matching keyword such as “unlucky at cards, lucky in love” and “ love makes the world go round”, as well as associated phrases like “follow your heart”, “j’adore” and “be my Valentine”.

The phrase finder website can be accessed via a computer, tablet or smartphone from anywhere in the world.

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