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


There are no free lunches, no nibbling bits, free on any bar.

They are free lunches, crying to all: “Cut, and come again!”

The only property and means he ever had was the free lunches or drinks he took in at somebody else's expense.

What a wonderful sight after months of the Hands restaurant and free lunches with five-cent chocolate in busy drug stores!

All that was certain, however, was that she did not believe in free lunches out of her husband's barrels and cases.

He felt it again when he received a legal notice about free lunches, closing hours, and selling to minors.

Yes, that's gonna be tricky, but let's not lose sight of the main attraction: free lunches!

They beg just enough to keep them in "booze," their food being found mainly at "free lunches."

I know men to-day who spend every dollar they earn for drink, and eat nothing but free lunches, handed out with their drinks.