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


He cherishes no quarrel, therefore, with his destiny, nor with the Author of it.

How ungenerous—while you have one to cherish and who cherishes you, that you will have me lonely!

The mother does not procreate the son; she only bears and cherishes the awakened life.

She cherishes and nourishes them, and expects no gratitude in return.

He cherishes the lady your wife above all others in the world.

To the last moment she cherishes her love, pure as an emanation from the Deity.

I trust he loves and cherishes her as he ought, and as I am told she deserves.

But I cherish them as one cherishes photographs of lost friends.

She takes charge of the helpless, and nourishes and cherishes those we love.

She has the very loftiest ideals, which she cherishes, but never speaks of them.