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


He describes his sensations at this time as inconceivably fearful.

Jim describes their hunt as the most wonderful bit of stalking he had ever seen.

The men called it “the plain of a thousand lakes,” and this describes it well.

The balance now describes an orbit around the center of revolution.

Take the persons whom Parkman describes in his Oregon Trail.

Miss Burney describes her as too desirous of a reputation for charity and devotion.

Doctor Beattie describes him as "the best and most beautiful boy that ever was born."

He describes the scene as if the choice had rested with the magistrates to convict him or to let him go.

Kabylia he describes as a picturesque and productive region.

Rumford describes these experiments at length, and they are conclusive.