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


The morn, look you, furthers a man on his road, and furthers him too in his work.

Reality in the logical sense is that which furthers the development of the self.

Our interests are identical, what furthers yours furthers mine.

And by all these means he furthers the interests of the first beast.

By not interfering with, we know how much it furthers, the administration of Justice.

Now, ethics "includes all conduct which furthers or hinders, in either direct or indirect ways, the welfare of self or others."

A warmth that is agreeable in degree favors the heart's action, and furthers the various functions to which this is instrumental.

It induces hopefulness and furthers the possibility of future development.

It adds nothing to the context, and rather interrupts than furthers the matter.

The Master said, To further what furthers the people, is not that kindness without waste?