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


There were several women among the diners, and several clerks and shopmen.

It was early for diners, and they found a small table in a retired corner.

Diners at other tables caught glimpses of him while they ate.

Their table was in one corner, and Nancy sat with her back to the other diners.

The gloom of his manner spread over the diners like a cloud.

Uncover your bread; see that all diners have knife, spoon, and napkin.

As eighty dinners were paid for I infer there were eighty diners.

And at each head the diners, raising their glasses, drank to his health.

She had left with the wagon that hauled her dog to the place of trial, the other diners said.

Between mouthfuls of soup and wedges of beef the diners were watching us.