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


We could at least enjoy the selfish satisfaction of faring better than our neighbours.

Here is our late host, Father Henriques, come to see how his guests are faring.

Everywhere alike he found them faring sumptuously and merry-making.

Once more she bethought her of the discussion, and how it was faring.

Once, in a moment of weakness, I looked back to see how our men were faring.

He then glanced around to learn how his companions were faring.

How had it been faring all this time with Harry Glen and those with him?

He glanced at his three crewmen, to see how they were faring.

But no news had come to Province Town of how Boston was faring.

They went into the garden at last to see how the flowers were faring.