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


A little while I pondered this, deeming the thing desperate at first.

"If he so urges it, we'll not deny him," he said at last, deeming it best to humour her.

He had left his sword above-stairs, not deeming that he would be needing it at a wedding.

Still Joseph smiled, deeming himself master of the situation.

And heated Fritz his helmet doffs, Not deeming he's a headless trunk.

With loud shouts the Catholics came on, deeming the chateau as good as won.

King Louis smiled at me, deeming what he had suggested no insult.

Therefore I came from Fiesole, deeming it a message from heaven that I was bound to deliver.

Deeming it prudent to be submissive, I permitted him to conduct me to my chamber.

He answered her with an appearance of frankness, deeming that to be the best policy.