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


At that she begins to scream, but the priest he wouldn't let go.

Beat, and when it begins to get thick, add the nuts and coconut.

It then begins to shrink and contract with the greatest uniformity.

"I want to see where it begins and where it goes," he insisted.

As soon as the Hoppoo boat sees what is going on, it begins to blow conches.

The meetin'-house is on the hill, and meetin' begins at half-pas' ten.

T was the fust chapter in Ruth, where it begins, 'In the days when the judges ruled.'

"It begins to look as if we women would have to do something," she retorted cruelly.

He begins to feel that the stars are strange, that the moon is sad, that the sunrise is mighty.

He begins with the building of the stage itself, and that stage is a world—a universe of worlds.