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


That everything else—closets and stone-walls and exposures—should be to my mind but that!

There seems no alternative but to await the uncertain issues of Lanier exposures.

The slit is so arranged that four exposures can be made on one plate.

By and by he has the confidence of courage without the danger of exposures.

The result of these exposures was a series of reforms started in 1793.

Now we must give a hint or two as to the exposures required.

She was faint and exhausted from fatigue and the exposures of the night.

The illness resulted from exposures and the inexperience of the men, in most of the cases.

As soon as I have made my exposures I'll tell you, and you can snap it on again.

A jamb in the upper changing-box had led to five exposures on the one plate.