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


The young woman was staring into the pan of water, into the faceted glass.

She was looking up from the faceted glass now, shaking her head sadly.

The tools are faceted, polished and furrowed, for ever moving onwards.

On the ordered plains were traced the hieroglyphs of the faceted world.

These were always cut in rounded form en cabochon, not faceted as is the modern custom.

Memorial rings of the same period have bezels with similar designs beneath a rose diamond or faceted crystal.

I saw the tremor shake their bristling hosts, oscillate the great spire, set the faceted disks quivering.

A number of faceted stones cut from the less known minerals were thrown upon the screen by reflected light.

If we are dealing with a faceted stone, not even the smallest portion can be utilized, for fear of injuring it.

Its faceted termite eyes were expressionless diamonds, but the antennae gleamed a desperate saffron.