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


Later, as he followed the childs play, he was even more astonished.

But he soon found that the work in which he was engaged was no childs play.

Then he began another great march, compared with which, as Sherman himself declared, the march to the sea was as childs play.

The finest colored enameling ever made would be childs play compared with a piece of this early jewelry.

It will be only a childs play before Christmas and no cause for the Governors displeasure.

It was as though he had detected them in a sort of childs play by which they had hoped to hoodwink him.

These slight ebuillitions, however, were as nothings, and came under the caption of childs play.

Not infrequently the symphony, because of its second movement, had been declared to be childs play.

But, of course, the bombing of those prentice days would be childs play to the bombing of the next war.

Oh, what ifand suddenly Andr Valbonais knew the childs play; the pretty imperiousness of ownership had a deeper meaning for him.