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


This satire is launched against the "cutting" commercials of the age.

He watches the commercials with an innocent unjaundiced eye.

This was fairly average as commercials go, thought Randolph.

They could sell more papers and commercials if they had a controversy.

But their policy was a more liberal one than the Commercials.

And they had added piped-in music interspersed with commercials.

The commercials were not for familiar brands; there was no feeling of use and custom to them.

No commercials, no scenery, no nothin' except this guy reading.

Three commercials, travelling from Cork to Dublin, had a discussion on the illiteracy of the Irish railway employs.

And Cleg had the door open before the commercials in the corner were more than half awake.