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I recall using a website where a user could input a set of words or phrases and the website would generate similar words or phrases, which "felt like" (but didn't repeat) the original words/phrases. I have not been able to find such a resource online since. Is anyone familiar with a website like this?

  • When you say 'felt like', do you mean synonyms or just the general style? And what search terms have you tried? – DM_with_secrets Jun 30 at 20:14
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    General style, believe it or not. It worked with proper nouns--not just various words. I have tried various "random word generators". – 286642 Jun 30 at 20:18
  • It wasn't this, was it? github.com/williamgilpin/cfgen Less of a website, more of a project... – DM_with_secrets Jun 30 at 21:58
  • @286642 Perhaps you could provide an example? – rolfedh Jul 1 at 13:29
  • on a band's subreddit, somebody guessed what the band's upcoming album could be called based on the previous album titles. It obviously wasn't correct, but all of the options were super cool regardless. @rolfedh – 286642 Jul 2 at 1:10
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Related Words lets you type a word or phrase and spits out related words and phrases that have a similar feel. Perhaps this is what you're thinking of?

Alternatively, Visuwords lets you type a word or phrase, then visualizes related words, concepts and ideas.

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    related words is definitely close. thanks for sharing! – 286642 Jul 2 at 1:09

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