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


"Et omnibus habitantibus in ea," replied the priest in a lower tone.

When they et a meal, we et ourn, and it made it ever so much home-liker to have their company.

Now, where there is an et cetera in an agreement, there is always an opening for dispute.

And it's proud I am that they et the goose and found it good.

Bob there, 'e was born in London—an' a praaper time I 'ad of et.

And they've et up all the summer squash and all the cream-pie.

You deal for coffee, et cetera, with Vaust in the Weender Strasse?

"Hit haint nothin' et all, Smiles," Big Jerry was rumbling forth.

There was, he considered, a fine turn of irony in "et cetera."

He had a towel and a few clothes on his arm, et prterea nihil.