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


"We did not require Mr. Linton's testimony," replied the Attorney-General.

I could make you a bishop or an attorney-general, but I could n't make you a tide-waiter!

Perceval had been a lawyer, and had risen to the rank of attorney-general.

The Attorney-general, in opening the case, described the paper.

With these offences the Attorney-General did not think fit to meddle.

If the Attorney-General has acted so and so, he has neglected his duty.

Attorney-General Robinson was examined at considerable length.

He removed to Philadelphia and was attorney-general of Pennsylvania from 1741 to 1755.

Yes, the Attorney-General has been sent there, and we have his instructions.

Presently he too had finished, and again the Attorney-General rose.