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


The bride, thinking he is looking at her, casts down her eyes, pensive in her joy.

She casts down her eyes and stammers: "To promise—to keep your word."

Clara casts down her eyes, takes his hand, and leans upon him.

He casts down his black head-dress, and it is instantly turned into grapes; he fled while she was eating them.

Nowadays England, whose Loyola is named Wesley, casts down her eyes a little at the remembrance of that past age.

In rejecting the Cartesian dualism he casts down the ladder by which alone it is possible to climb into his position.

They are further mountains from which Indra casts down the demons dwelling upon them.

The rain then washes the rich, finely-divided matter of the casts down into the soil again.

He casts down the fire of divine displeasure and judgment upon the earth.

Law burdens, and casts down and condemns; grace comforts, and makes strong and glad.