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


It dawned on me, too, that God need not necessarily be to me what He is to others, nor to others what He is to me.

He felt thankful when the morning dawned, and it was time to rise.

It dawned upon him that this was, indeed, not a common crook.

And suddenly it dawned upon him that all this was an elaborate joke.

It was our Daisy, robed like a princess, who dawned upon our vision.

Then it dawned on Drumsheugh that the doctor was attempting the Highland fling.

With the last, twelve, another day had dawned upon the world.

There was, however, evidence of the facts which had dawned on him.

After you left, it just dawned upon me that I was the one who smashed the chair.

When this dawned upon him, he took the steamer and went to England.