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


Moonlight, you know, disturbs—at least, when one is in love.

Often it is not so much what I need, as what others have that disturbs me.

I know it is your friendship for me that speaks, but I cannot feel the fear that disturbs you.

It seems so now because we put our faith in the ideal arrangements which it disturbs.

I have received a letter from home which contains news that disturbs me.

There's a certain grimness about him which disturbs you unless you know him intimately.'

Small as he is, he disturbs me by that combative stare of his.

It disturbs anything of that kind to have people coming in and out.

But none of this disturbs me—no big man bursts in, letting in the cold.

In the streets are seen a number of pigeons, whom no one disturbs.