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


This is just what might be expected, and bears out the foregoing remarks.

"It only bears out what I said to you the other night," he observed.

The record at Fresno, for example, bears out this conclusion so far as it goes.

It bears out our observation of the affinity of the dust for metals.

"That bears out what you said," commented Maskull, turning rather pale.

Well, that bears out what Billy Sudden told me to-night after we were shot at.

This only bears out what has been already said about the Book of Geology.

"Which just bears out my own personal research in the field," he stated.

No, there was one more thing which I quote because it bears out Babemba's story.

When the boat comes down above them the men try to scare the bears out into the river.