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


In two instances Browning celebrates English friends in his poetry.

This was the day which Massachusetts now celebrates as Patriots' Day.

She had that "oblique integrity" which she celebrates in one of her poems.

He conquers Uruk, and it is he who celebrates the victory of the divine bull.

German discipline, once so slandered, now celebrates its triumph.

I recur to it here because it gave its name to the great campaign it celebrates.

In Spain one celebrates the birthday of the saint for whom one is named.

But the love which he celebrates is only the brotherly love of Christians.

This day, January 6th, 1896, celebrates our admission into the union.

It is his—and his only—birthday America celebrates as a national holiday.