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


A vast number of small holdings, State-created, with co-operative working.

You'll find him most co-operative, I'm sure, but he's answerable directly to me in all matters.

Men had yet to learn that railways could be co-operative as well as competitive.

But the local associations are the vital units in any co-operative movement.

Besides, co-operative or joint-stock enterprises are becoming common.

As to the cost of this co-operative plant—it was in the neighborhood of $200.

The result of this, for the co-operative movement, was the closing of the market.

He was not convinced of the higher spirituality of co-operative hermitages.

Second, the co-operative efforts of the people are essential.

But as we understand, that difficulty is to be solved by co-operative, or composite, housing?