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


Ye do well, Madam, not to make them witnesses of your grief, who cannot be curers of it.

The rooms provided for them by the curers were small and overcrowded.

Rather than curers the hospitals were breeders of pestilence.

Thiers also treats as impostors the curers of burns, and preventers of fire, who pretend to disregard the danger of fire arms.

All diseases have their special saints, as gods, the curers of them: the toothache, St. Appoline.

The skinners and curers knew so little of the proper mode of curing hides, that at least half of those actually taken were lost.

We are able butchers and curers; and Old Colonial excels in the manufacture of brawn, sausages, collared head, and the like.