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


As Shakespeare is the amplest of poets, so were theirs the most fruitful of courts.

His familiarity with all these afforded him room for the amplest guilt.

Her rank and title were to be secured to her in amplest measure.

In the briefest appeal to history may be found the amplest support for these deductions from the principles of social science.

They deserve the amplest gratitude and credit for this happy interregnum, for they had no easy task to perform.

It was the amplest compensation that he could imagine for the mistakes and disappointments of his wasted past.

One is, to give the writer the amplest motive to do his best; and the other is, to prevent his writing too much.

His dome of brain was one of the amplest and most perfectly shaped I ever saw, and his countenance was very far from unpleasant.

In this post his extraordinary gifts found their amplest sphere.

As to his religious nature, it seems to me to have certainly been of the amplest, deepest-rooted, loftiest kind.