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


I was hardly eligible for "Etons" when our present King was married.

He was only a little chap in Etons when I knew him at Hacket's.

She took Dick's topper that he wears with his Etons, and a skirt of Mrs. Pettigrew's.

Let's go home and patch the carpet with your Etons—something really strong—and send it to fetch them.'

I know that the boy in "Etons" is stiff with a rather silly and sentimental stoicism, called being a man of the world.

He wished that his arms and legs were not so thin, and he looked forward to the time when like Rodber he would wear Etons.

Sylvia wandered about the streets in a suit of Etons that was rapidly showing signs of wear.

There comes in a small, well groomed, bullet headed boy in Etons.