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


He bore upon his person the stamp of intrepidity and assurance.

It could not be his rank, or anything that bore upon his rank.

Shapen in political iniquity, it bore upon its face the marks of its origin.

His fingers clutched the moulding; he bore upon it with all his weight.

It bore upon the title-page a motto from "The Federalist," No.

It bore upon it thirteen States, of which South Carolina was one.

We are enabled to see how all this bore upon the fortunes of Hyla.

It bore upon its crest the royal line of Astyages and his successors.

Lea bore upon her countenance the marks of the tears shed by her mother.

Then they laid open the end of one of the timbers and bore upon it until it broke.