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Makes sense. Yes. But only if your goal is to access as many people as possible. And I’m not saying there is anything wrong with it.
But I also think there is a point in “educating”. Do you want your teenage daughter to remain at highschool level vocabulary forever? And I can tell you that as a non-native English speaker I enjoy finding new words, checking them in the dictionary and using them afterwards.
Of course it is not about using thesaurus for every word you write but employing now and then a more sophisticated vocabulary.
Let’s keep English beautiful rather than “accessible”.