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


The second extends from the peace of Nicias to the massacre of Melos.

It is not limited to the face but extends to the whole body.

The Germans occupied the plateau which extends from Neufchteau to Paliseul.

Anarchy is the law, not of the State only, but of private houses, and extends even to the animals.

And he extends this relativity to the conceptions of just and good, as well as to great and small.

It extends to about thirty pages of the book, and is thirty times the length of the original.

It extends from my fence to the other side of that grove by the bluff.

Kentucky extends this right to widows who have children and pay taxes.

Social duty is a matter of blood relationship, and extends only to the kindred.

Pedal line: in caterpillars: extends along the base of the feet.