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


For we have made them the fairest offers, but they would not be persuaded.

Paris and the fairest woman in the world were well across the sea.

But the fairest, wi' hair like the mune in a clud, She sought till she was the last.

But the fairest she laid her comb by itsel' On the rock where the king's son lay.

I will not ask you, fairest of your sex, to give your confidence to unauthorised words.

Fairest, forlornest, and saddest of all the cities, and dearest!

There remains still the finest and fairest of all men and all States—tyranny and the tyrant.

That country is the fairest which is inhabited by the noblest minds.

And the body is fairest which grows up straight and well-formed from the time of birth.

Now the fairest and most useful of strains will be uttered by the elder men, and therefore we cannot let them off.