Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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Every year he adds some fresh decoration, some new and exceptional scene.

It must be confessed (he adds drily) that in England this is a lifelong disqualification.

This may have increased the resistance, but it adds to the steadiness.

So that he adds, upon the empty city, 'Burn it and melt its brass'.

He adds: “When I had cut the road, and finished the fort,” etc.

And Allah willing,” he adds, “you will recover and be happy again.

And the danger for me (it is a danger, I admit) only adds to the—fun.

Any one who adds a general principle to knowledge has been a benefactor to the world.

And yet, as he adds, the true legislator is still required: he must co-operate with circumstances.

He adds that he has exercised a similar power over the patients of his brother Herodicus.