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


I've brought another, which engages to give every satigefaction.'

This shall be the second law: He who engages in retail trade must be either a metic or a stranger.

He engages in the raising of chickens, hogs, cattle, and horses.

Not done with: he engages to surpass All yet performed in Ireland.

In this story it is the new navy, with all of its progress and development, which engages our attention.

Neptune engages on the Grecian side, and the battle proceeds.

Engages with friends to search South Sea Islands for treasures.

He engages at his own expense an artist at 200 pounds a year to go with him.

The man who engages in it is stamped with everlasting infamy.

For the moment, the problem that engages our attention is of a psychological order.