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


Mazzini had no confidence in princes and treaties and foreign aid.

By foreign aid Siegbert captured and spoiled Paris and compelled a peace.

They looked for foreign aid, and foreign aid now seemed assured.

And I say stop all this foreign aid and keep the money in our own country.

In the other missions in Liberia there seems also a disposition to rely on foreign aid.

It was a mistake to depend on foreign aid; they have failed us.

When rebellion did break out it had no foreign aid, and a casual origin.

Now let me repeat: it's not a loan, it's not foreign aid, it's not a bail-out.

He had come to realize that foreign aid was essential to ultimate victory, and looked to France as the most probable ally.

But the disappointment of their hopes of foreign aid only drove the adherents of revolt in Ireland to a rising of despair.