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


I can well believe it, for he drives a Hispano-Suiza in the Bois every afternoon.

And even for me the lonesomeness of it drives me 'most crazy sometimes.

Went out with him on some of his drives while he made his calls, you know.

Cyrus drives home the conscience of indebtedness la Portia v. Shylock.

In the course of our drives we went to Mr. and Mrs. Robinson's house.

But it is noticeable that he does not refer in that poem to the winter drives to meeting.

Now many coachmen as drives a first-rate team'd put it on and try and pass 'em.

Sometimes she drives oxen, and I believe she invariably makes her own clothes.

Some drives and walks had been designed—what will not landscape gardening do?

“I think it will be better if Lafe drives,” objected Isobel.