谢谢 @random 对文本数据添加html标签，更正部分词头错误，在他制作的mdx基础上，我继续修正了一部分讹误，且略微调整。
2、对Colloq、Slang、Taboo、Archaic、Old-fashioned、Technical、Literary、“Brit, US, Australian, Canadian, New Zealand”这些原文的标注加了标签；
3、删除多余的“ → ”等内容；
《The Oxford Thesaurus: An A-Z Dictionary Of Synonyms》是一本比较旧的书，首版于1991年，其简介如下：
First published in 1991, the very successful first edition of The Oxford Thesaurus has now sold over 126,000 copies. This new edition (NB new format), which for the first time includes antonyms in the main A-Z text, along with many additional new synonyms, broadens the book’s appeal stillfurther. The Oxford Thesaurus remains the most useful A-Z thesaurus available today, with more practical guidance for the user than any other competing title.Around 350,000 synonyms and antonyms, covering general English as well as thousands of regional and idiomatic words and expressions, are listed in A-Z form for ease of reference. Generous and detailed labelling shows how to use synonyms, and example sentences throughout make it even easier to select the correct synonym. The most useful synonyms (ie those that are closest in meaning to the headword) are listed first - a more helpful arrangement than a simple alphabetical listing under the headword.If the word for which you seek an alternative is not to be found as a headword, you can simply turn to the synonym index which lists 265,000 synonyms and shows you under which headword each synonym is located. In addition, all synonyms which also have their own headword entry (at which furtherrelated words may be found) are indicated by a simple cross-reference symbol.On the first edition:‘handier than Roget both in being alphabetical and in offering example-sentences. The mot juste in just a mo.’ Prof. Sir Randolph Quirk, The Observer.
我对它感兴趣，是因为有现成的文本，见 http://library.lol/main/EB901A391D2534E91F59817F1EF01CB7 ，且书本身品质与定位尚可，不像J. I. Rodale的The Synonym Finder那样浩繁芜杂，不是非母语人士可以轻易使用的，也不像牛津自己的learner、student同义词词典那么初阶简略。不过它原始形式是文本pdf，年代久了（2004年就有），制作不是很规范，导出word或者txt后都有各种很随意混乱的断行分段，于是用手工加正则进行了整理。
整理过程中，除了排版，也顺便纠正部分明显的讹误，比如法文字符，窜乱为 ° ý 的数字上标，但未曾全面核查，在此提请注意。
abandon → v. 1 give up or over, yield, surrender, leave, cede, let go, deliver (up), turn over, relinquish: I can see no reason why we should abandon the house to thieves and vandals. 2 depart from, leave, desert, quit, go away from: The order was given to abandon ship. 3 desert, forsake, jilt, walk out on: He even abandoned his fianc‚e. 4 give up, renounce; discontinue, forgo, drop, desist, abstain from: She abandoned cigarettes and whisky after the doctor’s warning.
–n. 5 recklessness, intemperance, wantonness, lack of restraint, unrestraint: He behaved with wild abandon after he received the inheritance.
abandoned → adj. 1 left alone, forlorn, forsaken, deserted, neglected; rejected, shunned, cast off or aside, jilted, dropped, outcast: An abandoned infant was found on the church steps. Totally alone, she felt abandoned by her friends. 2 bad, immoral, amoral, wicked, sinful, evil, corrupt, unprincipled, unrestrained, uninhibited, reprobate; loose, wanton, debauched, wild, dissolute, dissipated, profligate; depraved, lewd, lascivious, flagitious: His abandoned behaviour soon landed him in jail.
abbreviate → v. 1 shorten, compress, contract, truncate, trim, reduce, curtail: We abbreviated some of the longer words to save space. 2 shorten, cut, condense, abridge, abstract, digest, epitomize, summarize, US synopsize: The school presented an abbreviated version of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
abbreviated → adj. skimpy, brief, revealing: The dancers’ abbreviated costumes shocked some members of the audience.
abbreviation → n. initialism; acronym; shortening, contraction: UK is one kind of abbreviation, or initialism; NATO, which is pronounced as a word, is another, usually called an acronym.
abdicate → v. give up, renounce, disclaim, waive, disown, surrender, yield, relinquish, abandon, resign, quit: He abdicated all responsibility for care of the children. She abdicated the throne to marry a commoner.
abduct → v. kidnap, carry off, make away or off with, seize, Slang US snatch, grab: The child that was abducted is safe.
abet → v. 1 encourage, urge, instigate, incite, provoke, egg on, prod, goad; aid, help, assist: The jury found that his wife had abetted him in the murder. 2 countenance, approve (of), support, endorse, second, sanction, condone; further, advance, promote, uphold: By failing to inform on the terrorists, the neighbours abetted the bombing.
abeyance → n. in abeyance. pending, abeyant, reserved, in reserve, shelved, pushed or shoved or shunted aside, postponed, put off, suspended, US tabled; temporarily inactive, dormant; latent; Colloq in a holding pattern, on the back burner; Slang on hold, in the deep-freeze, on the shelf, on ice, hanging fire: Legal proceedings were held in abeyance so that talks could take place to reach an out-of-court settlement.
abhor → v. hate, loathe, detest, abominate, execrate; regard or view with horror or dread or fright or repugnance or loathing or disgust, shudder at, recoil or shrink from; be or stand aghast at: He said that he abhorred any violation of human rights.
abhorrent → adj. hateful, detestable, abhorred, abominable, contemptible, odious, loathsome, horrid, heinous, execrable, repugnant; repulsive, repellent, revolting, offensive, disgusting, horrifying, obnoxious: The idea of war was totally abhorrent to her.