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


They are cosmopolitans, and yet deep rooted in the Italian soil.

Nevertheless, the fact of vagrancy is one deep rooted in human nature.

And yet the real reasons for such indifference are deep rooted in my mind.

The inadequate prohibitions issued at rare intervals proved impotent in presence of a practice so deep rooted and time honoured.

But this misconception is so deep rooted that more extended discussion is needed.

The ideals of equality, freedom of opportunity, faith in the common man are deep rooted in all the Middle West.

Most clovers are deep rooted plants and therefore great soil improvers physically as well as being great nitrogen gatherers.

The principle and habit of self-government were deep rooted in the heart of every English commoner; it was a part of his nature.

The trees are deep rooted and so small in size that they do little shading of the street or cultivated fields.

The cauliflower is a deep rooted plant, consequently the soil should be prepared deeply.