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


I take you at your word, Clarissa—Give me his letters; and the copies of yours.

I now send you copies of my letters to my uncles: with their answers.

Copies were also directed to be distributed through the district.

Shakespeare copies it word for word, only omitting with admirable art the first line.

The copies of Hearts of Controversy were lying where he had left them on the previous night.

"He must have sold much more than five hundred copies by this time," he said.

Your affair of sixty copies is also like you; but it would not be like me to comply.

One copy, per year, in advance $4.00 Single copies, ten cents.

"That'll make two copies Mrs. Graham'll have," Henry replied.

Thereupon she handed Muche's books and the copies set by Florent to the commissary.