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


The bearer, if suspected and examined, is to produce that as the only one he carries.

The man shall answer to me, be he Gascon or English, who carries it beyond this room.

He carries the number; besides I know Mr. Porter, I remember laying it to him.

It saves me, it carries me away spotless in the midst of dangers.

She carries her own tea with her, and steeps it at five exactly every afternoon.

At the same time the more ammunition he carries on his person the better.

I am very sorry to hear of your gout, except that it carries off all other complaints.

But a heavy wind often carries the fine dust for hundreds of miles.

And who can tell of which kind is the one that carries in its bosom the secret of the law you seek?

Does the human labour-force which carries on their undertakings belong to them?