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


Ill-considered remedies for our faults bring only penalties after them.

Casting from us our own faults first, let us cast from us and from him our neighbor's also.

The firm who sold it to me agreed that it should have none of the faults of the old one.

He seems often to have realized the faults of his own haste.

I have no enmity to these ladies; I only despise them, or rather, their follies and their faults.

And finds sights of faults with things wherever she is, sights of it.

Faults of temper she may have had, and eke narrow prejudices on sundry points.

We do not indeed justify her faults, but let us not overlook our own.

Should we not be particularly careful to keep clear of the faults we censure?

The play is simply superb, in spite of the faults of the translation.