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


His long habit of thought concerning her enabled him to master this foolishness.

Him, his own high-born pupil was enabled to unmask, and his disgrace was visited on me.

The half-minute or so of talk had enabled him to regain his breath.

But this order has been given to you that the traitors may be enabled to leave the town.

Has he been enabled to travel in his suite as far as Venice?

But, after all, I hope I shall be enabled to be honest to a merit so transcendent.

The knowledge we gain from you has enabled us to eliminate at least half of our microbes.

He was honoring her for the moral courage which enabled her to tell him.

That had been a pure accident, of course, but it had enabled her to divine a good deal.

Something of science which his grandfather had devised, and which had enabled him to—go away.