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


How vast the difference between the “doublings” of the 15th and the 19th centuries!

So I've let it run on oiled wheels on a thousand rum tracks and doublings.

He was looking after some "doublings" when the notes of the horn dropped down into the gorge.

It is amidst all these doublings and windings of European politics, that American Ministers have to decide and act.

Pogosa waved her forefinger back and forth as though tracing the doublings of the trail.

So we addressed ourselves to follow the brook that stole away from the spring in its windings and doublings and tricky surprises.

The doublings of the river are many; one loop carries you nine miles around, yet makes only six hundred yards of headway.

But Infinite resource did not need to travel in a circle, and so we find no return or doublings in its course.

But this full record of the shifts and doublings of Boer diplomacy would not reach London for another two weeks and a half.

The fineness of the sliver is, however, in consequence of these doublings not increased but rather diminished.