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


Angers has fallen, and now the brigands are threatening Nantes itself.

With all this, Angers has perhaps a supreme claim for English consideration.

There is an air of settled hostility about him that angers her beyond all words.

It angers me to see a man degrade himself by such uncouth apparel.

The carriage rolled through Nantes, and took the route to Angers.

I have no doubt but that any one might live at Angers on 250 Louis per annum, as well as in England for four times the amount.

There are similar institutions also at Angers and at Toulouse.

Your cynical man of the world has his feelings and his angers.

I'm not going to say another word about—about Miss Milk-and-Water, if that's what angers you.

In order to help he was willing to break all rules and dare all angers.