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


Exclusives you mean, I suppose; but did you hear any of the names?

Both are exclusives, inhuman, while they are pretending to be more than human.

It was hard to say which he disliked most, the exclusives or the democracy, and he uttered his mind about both pretty freely.

These exclusives sink under the audacious invention of an aspiring mind.

A place among the exclusives of the Kit-kat was only the just reward of such attainments, and he had it.

You know, however, in this world that there is another world—orb within orb—an imperium in imperio—the Exclusives.

I do not speak here of the London Exclusives; they give the same result as the rubbing together of all colours,—none remains.

The exclusives' servant was instantly sent round to take it from them, and not a word of explanation was offered.

She could not reconcile her native modesty to do the like, and was soon voted a prude by the exclusives of bon ton.