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


Its code of morals is very short, very narrow, but it enforces what it has.

"The judge who enforces the laws," said the man who had first spoken.

A man is a churl who enforces laws, when he himself has not the strength to observe them.

The perusal of the testimony of many "white slaves" enforces this conclusion.

The monarch should not blame one who enforces a recognised debt.

But the very difficulty argues and enforces the necessity of it.

It enforces a principle in the struggle for existence, a test in the survival of the fittest.

Haste is the best thing that can happen to a letter; it enforces compression.

And in so doing, it enforces the moral meaning of natural science.

What they accept and enforce as virtue, he accepts and enforces also.