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


How fortunate it is that they have not decided to bore out that spy-hole again!

There was Jessie's aunt, who bore out the statement of the counsel for the defense.

One of them did so, and what he said bore out some, at least, of Ormsgill's assertions.

Its situation and general character, too, bore out the surmise.

It only bore out the story, as we had known it for five years.

It bore out the idea I had always had that what he needed was a real good jolt.

The line of voters that marched by, and by, bore out Pete's prediction, as Tom's counting eyes saw.

His fatuous innuendoes were unmistakable, and bore out the broader and more shameful accusation hurled by Irène.

For the knell of that passing soul fittest names they bore out of all the Communion of Saints.

It was a simple, straightforward story and one that bore out other known facts.