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


And the victory to-day had been won not by a "fluke," but by clearcut playing.

The distant peaks of the Cordillera had lost their identity of clearcut shapes in the steadily deepening blue of the eastern sky.

He was a very handsome young man, of medium height, with firm, clearcut features.

Then came abandonment from which no clearcut survival seems to have been achieved.

His foresight is limited to results that concern personal success, but is sharp, clearcut.

The major objective of the Federal government became a clearcut one, namely, to capture Richmond, the capital of the Confederacy.

Rapid, clearcut questions which do not suggest the answer are the kind to use.