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


That a Wesleyan missionary ventured, entitles him to the esteem of mankind.

It is this that makes his style unique, and entitles it to a name of its own—McClintockian.

It is this very thing which entitles Lovejoy to greater praise.

No one can say precisely what entitles the dead to these honours.

The Spiritual principle in man is what entitles him to our brotherly regard.

Rohon entitles his discovery 'the segmentation of the primordial cranium.'

What then entitles him to the character of a kind slaveholder?

Nine years in the Punjaub entitles you to some indulgences, and besides I was proud of you.

What is it, then, that entitles a man to the right of political sovereignty?

Johnstone entitles this paragraph “the woes of the wicked rich.”