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


The nurse would know her business, even if the Frenches don't.'

It's a blow to the Frenches, too, for since we notifies 'em, they has set their hearts on the racket.

The Frenches, indeed, possessed a boy of two, reputed handsome.

He had never thought much about the Frenches, who were outside his orbit.

This Flambeau from what I hear will carry a whole bunch of money for them Frenches.

All them Frenches have to do is to say it's worth fifty to fix any horse.

Do you know, I fancy the Frenches have come rather a cropper to-day.

I'll bet them Frenches will find her a hard winter unless they're well fixed.

He could not satisfy the Frenches because he feared Miss Stanbury.

His experience was much the same as that of the Frenches and it brought about several investigations by parties of citizens.