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


It was a breezy June afternoon, with the young summer at its freshest and lustiest.

It was the freshest and cleanest world he had ever seen and she was one with it.

On the contrary, even the freshest faces wore an expression of austerity.

The toilets were the freshest and the manners most well-bred in Paris.

There were cheeses too, and pots of cream—one and all of the best and freshest.

Molly and her mother followed their noses to the freshest pyramid.

Frank deserves the simplest and freshest confidence from me.

Two of the freshest of the drove were left behind, for Don Estevan and the Senator.

I mean the freshest of them, that went over the ford of the stream.

She is out riding in her strongest, freshest steed, the White Wind.