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


On most Sundays doth he preach here in the nave to all sorts of folk.

Doth he not promise to love her, and to comfort her, and to cherish her, and all that?

But doth not Horatio doat on me, and may he not in despair break his heart if I abandon him?

Doth not that alone afford us more consolation than all worldly acquisitions?

But who is this that goeth into Sherwood after Robin Hood, and why doth he go to seek him?

It doth seem to me that the name is not altogether strange to mine ears.

It doth but need one good stroke to bring his crown in the dust.

Each mocking day doth fleece A blossom, and lay bare her poverty.

David saith, “He doth the will of them that fear Him, and heareth their prayers.”

And how doth Demeas, of the village of Colyttus, get his livelihood?