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


The summer, it seemed, had been one long series of clashes with her grandmother.

To my mind it clashes irreconcilably with the present distribution of ministers.

A Jove-born intellect is hardly wanted, and clashes with the inferiorities.

Every thing which clashes with it, or tends to weaken it, must go under.

“It clashes with everything,” said Maudie, quite tragically.

These, however, were hardly ever little more than clashes between outposts or patrols.

You know, unless you are behind in the clashes and clavers of Thrums, that I bought her from the manager of a travelling show.

The wonder was that among so many mixed races the clashes were so few.

There had been clashes between them in the past, but the lieutenant had always fought fairly.

In going its several ways and living its own life, inevitably it often clashes with others and is seriously affected by them.