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


This bracketing of Hildas injury with hers stank in Katherines nostrils.

Friedlaender, in bracketing Cumis, has not taken this sufficiently into consideration.

This gallery is sometimes supported upon a deep system of bracketing, corbelled out from the feet of the main pillars.

The process is very like what artillery men tell of "bracketing" the object fired at, and then landing fairly on it.

McGillicuddy had a way of bracketing the Deity with commanding officers, and did it with much simplicity and meant no irreverence.

Certainly, an English critic would never have thought of bracketing together such a pair.

A witty bishop once scandalized his hearers by bracketing Bradshaw with the Bible as an indispensable book.

The bracketing of the names of Shakespeare and Swedenborg is eminently well.

Our guns added their help, and they fired many rounds down the Menin road, bracketing the ditches.

More followed, and, after bracketing, seemed to centre about two hundred and fifty yards in front of us.