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


It asserts that we have the right to choice of our own work and to the reward of our own toil.

So, again, as Scripture asserts (as Alpakhar thinks) in Deut.

Then vanity, the vice which promotes so many virtues, asserts itself.

Never did he seem so careless, our Scribe asserts, and so jovial and child-like in his joys.

The king himself now asserts it was because he had tried to seduce his paramour.

That is a thing which all the world believes and asserts even as I do.

Miss Daisy asserts, on the other hand, that her orders were quite distinct.

At least Ranke asserts that this is the case with the 500,000 of Fran.

Bale asserts that Malory was occupied with affairs of state.

De Verga asserts that of sudden deaths there are about 100 women to 780 men.