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


Man was born into fear in that he was born into a world of which most of the energies were set against him.

Unless we were conscious of the energies such a call would not reach us.

His spirit retired far into its fastness, taking with it all his energies.

I roused my energies, and the next time the wily Beadle summoned me, I went.

It was a dark day to the student, but he had learned "never to let his energies stagnate."

All our energies will have to be directed towards the matter we have in hand.'

These energies remain, nevertheless, distinct from the poetic energy.

The energies of her mind in connection with his mind were surely failing.

All the energies of her soul were aroused to avenge her husband's death.

To this nobler purpose the man of understanding will devote the energies of his life.