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


Winter pears, however, may be stored, for they keep like apples.

The first evening reading had been commenced with nuts and apples.

Apples in some form or other are commonly served with goose.

It was suggested by a plate of apples that he happened to spy on the mantel-piece.

Many of them returned no more; none of them brought back the apples.

The apples are in bar'ls up against the wall, near the potater-bin.

She sang of Freya's apples, and of the strength and youth of the giant family.

Weigh them, and to each pound of apples allow a pound of loaf-sugar.

Well, I guess we can put up with some fried pork an' apples.

She began to fry her pork and apples, with a perfunctory attempt at conversation.