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


And now, fair sir, I must hasten back to see how my rogues have fared with the brawn.

So far as I could make out, she fared as she had long elected to do.

Tell us then from the beginning how things have fared with you.'

How could it be but Charlie and I should be different, seeing we had fared so differently!

It cannot even be said that New York fared worse than any of her sister States.

We fared better ourselves, for I believe we did not part a ropeyarn.

Meantime, how fared the peer with the calmer and gentler sister?

We all know how Malesherbes fared for acting a similar part in France.

The fact is, when they fared to the same school together, he caught the fever.

Well now, I will tell you how it fared with me in this same city when I was wealthy.