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


She believes that this order is from my father, and that my mother has not been consulted upon it.

It is because the Caucasian believes in Him that he lives in fear and dies in fear.

It is a wonderful stimulus to have some one who believes in us.

Jacques Dalcroze, like Plato, believes in saturating his pupils with music.

But she accepted it, because she believes the doctrines which Luther taught.

He must and will make no demand upon him on the grounds of what he, Paul, believes.

Is it not worthy of notice that one of them has lost her brother, and that the other believes she has lost hers?

I hope he'll think so; he believes I've been abroad, of course.

This is possible, it is not illogical, and Berkeley believes it.

Believes herself to have a sneaking kindness for Hickman: and why.