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


Yet, gazing into the bright, enamelled eyes of Dr. Semple, I knew it was true.

It is bound in gold and enamelled, said to be the workmanship of George Heriot.

She was not my nurse; she was the enamelled blonde receptionist.

A slender gold chain, broken, dangled from its enamelled bow.

Morley turned over the enamelled cross and examined it carefully.

The cellar was dry and clean and its walls were enamelled white.

Steve laid down the fork on his enamelled plate, and drank some tea.

Enamelled bath-tub, separate room for a shower, and a sitz-bath!

But what expression can there be in a face bedaubed with white paint and enamelled?

No one replied, and Turkish coffee followed in enamelled cups.