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


But we lose the perceptions before we are capable of methodizing or comparing them.

And she was comparing herself now with other people, other women.

He looked at the girl and then at Albine, as though he were comparing them one with the other.

This width is determined by Count Rumford from numerous experiments, and comparing all circumstances, to be four inches.

Let us leave off comparing this with that—we do not know enough to compare.

Comparing any mortal with Daniels would be heresy, wouldn't it?

There is a fallacy, too, in comparing unchangeable laws with a personal governor.

The judgment must also be requisitioned in comparing, estimating, generalizing, and applying.

And so comparing, she could not but find in the one a nobility, in the other a—a dreadfulness.

"I hope you are not comparing the two," said Dalton, angrily.