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


I always keep my own; it is cheaper than to depend on the street boys.

It'd be cheaper than coal, I thought; that's why I invented it.

I think myself, as a general rule, it is cheaper to buy them off.

You don't get it done any cheaper by haggling about the price beforehand—I've found that out.'

I give you my advice that it is better for you, and cheaper, to go back to London.

Our friend concludes that it is cheaper to lend umbrellas by retail.

The hay-press makes storage and transportation easier and cheaper.

We do not buy them because they are cheaper, but because they are better.

I can get politics and chat and neighborly conveniences from cheaper companions.

The only thing I found possible was to change to cheaper quarters.