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


Holiday-making is indeed cultivated to the point of a fine art in France.

Cramming has been brought throughout Germany to the level of a fine art.

No other fruit responds to fine art in culture so well as the grape.

He made a fine art of it, or rather a sort of craft and mystery.

Such is the service of a fine art and of ships that sail the sea.

Shiftlessness is a fine art with them, they've carried it so far.

Why did you question him about my engagement with the Fine Art Society?

Commerce is barely consistent with fine art; but cannot produce it.

Physical culture had not yet been applied to the fine art of walking.

The Japanese have raised entertainment to the level of a fine art.