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


It speaks to us in our counties, in our cities, in our towns, and in our villages.

Cities which were decades in the building are blasted out of being in a night.

There were not more than two or three in any one of the Seven Cities that ever knew.

The bread was genuine homemade, a term so often misused in the cities.

I exclaimed, "will it be like this in all the cities I visit?"

Why not live nobly and idly in the most beautiful of cities, under the most beautiful of skies?

Clinton had been authorized to burn all cities that refused submission.

In 1790, only one-thirtieth of our population inhabited the cities.

In 1790 there were but six cities with a population of more than eight thousand each.

In 1886, probably nearly one-fourth are included in the cities.