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


But all work calories are not alike because some men get fatter than others.

Its flesh is more delicate, fatter, and more juicy than that of ours.

Besides, he's fatter than Belloc and he's a damned jiggery-pokery Papist too!

These filthy animals got fatter and fatter, then they jumped onto the mattress and disappeared.

An enormous fellow he was, and fatter for his size than Dot Calliper was for hers.

Fatter and fuller now, perhaps; but it was done after an illness.

Bears were fatter and better to the palate than the most "savory" pigs in France.

He grew fatter and fatter and fatter until it seemed as if his skin must burst.

Ellis, fatter, somehow absurd in tropic whites, met him at the entrance.

He said it would spoil my figure, and I should look fuller and fatter.