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


Suddenly, too, the world took to his eyes a brighter and fairer aspect.

And will he then change himself for the better and fairer, or for the worse and more unsightly?

Indeed, he said, in no way could they make a fairer picture.

In landscapes the painter should give the suggestion of a fairer creation than we know.

For surely you cannot have discovered a fairer love than he is; certainly not in this city of Athens.

No one would deny that the test proposed is fairer, speedier, and safer than any other.

If so, what fairer test of courage will you propose than the arbitrament of war—the war just ended?

And her complexion was fairer than Parian marble, than the heads of angels.

"It would have been fairer to have cast me adrift at first," said he, fiercely.

I think that is fairer to both parties,' said Henry judicially.