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   $query as cts.query,
   $entries as (element() | Object)[],
   $new-weight as Number?,
   $min-weight as Number?,
   $filter as Node[]
) as cts.query


Returns a query that searches for all the query strings specified in $query and their synonyms as found in $entries.

$query A cts.query item from any of the cts.*Query functions (cts.wordQuery, cts.andQuery, and so on). Thesaurus expansion only occurs on an "unwildcarded" cts.query; it cannot expand "wildcarded" queries.

An array of thesaurus entries, can be XML elements or javascript objects.

$new-weight A new weight for the relevance ranking. If $new-weight is the empty sequence, then the relevance ranking is inherited from the parent query.
$min-weight A minimum weight for the relevance ranking. If $min-weight is not the empty sequence then only queries with weight less than or equal to $min-weight will be expanded. Otherwise, all queiries are expanded.
$filter An array of node restrictions. These restrictions must be nodes that can be found in a thesaurus entry (for example, <thsr:qualifier>birds</thsr:qualifier>).


var thsr = require("/MarkLogic/thesaurus");

var res = [];
for (var x of cts.doc("/shakespeare/plays/hamlet.xml").xpath("//LINE")) {
if (cts.contains(x, 
                   thsr.lookup("/myThsrDocs/thesaurus.xml", "weary"),
                   null, null, null ))) {
    res.push(x) } };

   => This returns an array containing all of the lines in Shakespeare's 
      Hamlet that have the word "weary" or any of the 
      synonyms of the word "weary"  



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