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


Robert of Clari, who saw the tomb in 1203, extols its magnificence.

Each one extols with words and gestures the excellences of his boat.

Barrow extols the character and pleasing manners of the Boushouannas.

Chaulieu extols the Tocane of Ay, and some verses of Voltaire have been quoted on p. 61.

Oliver Cromwell he calls an "accomplished president," and extols his genius.

He extols their faith (a faith for which he himself suffered).

Christianity blesses the peacemakers; Nietzsche extols the warriors.

She chides them for their duplicity, then extols them for their prankish playfulness.

A devil attired as a priest, teaching a school of little aristocrats, extols the massacre of St. Bartholomew.

Spain tells us so, and she extols to the world with complacent mendacity the loyalty of her "siempre fielissima isla de Cuba."