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


Crystals of iodine as opposed to permanganate of potash for antiseptic he discussed.

Crystals of frost puffed out as the water vapor left the air.

"Crystals," Rawson tried to tell himself, but he knew they were not.

From this it was only a step to the earth's strata, fossils, crystals—a fresh lecture.

These crystals gradually cover and enclose the active material.

These crystals may be used for all the purposes for which lemon-juice is employed.

There are more fools in the world, Mr. Sutherland, than there are crystals in its mountains.

Hence, the observations should be confirmed by isolation of the crystals of brommethylfurfural.

In another apartment the crystals are all in the form of rosettes.

You can gain it in that way by gazing into crystals, and so on.