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


Before starting he takes a helmet, and fastens it tightly on his head.

It is poverty that fastens the poison in the heart of the rejected lover.

He fastens his collar with a safety-pin, humming an old song the while.

The tool not only steadies the diamond, but fastens it in that direction.

The Chicken makes straight at him, and fastens on his throat.

Break the cordage which fastens me to it, and I drift aimless, hopelessly.'

This melts the gum in the powder and fastens the pattern to the material.

Who puts the key in the desk and fastens it tight with the spring lock?

He fastens his game to one of them, and proceeds to the skinning and the disembowelling.

But Andrew's to Frank fastens as instantly on the follies of his uncle and cousins.