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


Mojave had brimmed with optimism and pride and accomplishment and eagerness.

Her brown eyes wavered for a moment, and then brimmed with merriment.

All the basins among the hills were brimmed with topaz and emerald light.

Landon gave a shout which brimmed with incredulity as much as fear.

Peter's cup must surely have brimmed over that Christmas night.

It was brimmed with people, a river filled and running over.

And Mother Moira smiled through the tears that brimmed in her eyes.

The hollow in which this house, with its gardens, stands, was brimmed with snow.

He kissed away the tears that brimmed over from Katie's eyes.

She was excited; she brimmed with exuberance; she wanted Romance to begin at once.