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


The child was preserved, and brought up in the temple of Phœbus.

I found him in Calcutta, and I have brought him home with me.

The twentieth brought a button-hole, and over this the inquest was held.

I, too, should earnestly rejoice if such an event could be brought about.

She took up a little package she had brought with her and went out to meet him.

Went over to the lake with all the horses, and brought the loads to the camp.

We went back and found Taylor's mare, and brought her slowly to camp.

Then the whip was brought into requisition, and it was laid on with no light hand.

My brother went off to the boat and brought ashore the things we required.

I am always thankful to any person that brought me into city of Perth.