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


"I haven't got a common ground with you people," he said to Marsh and Galway.

Then will the employer and employee find a common ground on which each can benefit.

I know; but the intention was obviously to exclude that bit of common ground.

When she becomes balanced, the sexes will meet on common ground.

There seemed no way that men and prowlers could ever meet on common ground.

And the difference in race is a hinderance to a common ground of sympathy.

We never understood the Hymenops because there's no common ground of logic between us.

He must meet and subdue this Tartar on common ground—as man to man.

Here liberals, Pan-Islamists, and nationalists can meet on common ground.

What common ground was there between him and any such exquisite youth?