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


But for that in warre law is as well to be kept as in other thin- ges.

For a thorough exposition of Abaelards logic see Prantl, Ges.

As he was about to sign it, he heard the bells of the Ges ringing.

I have always obeyed—you—my uncle of Astorga—Mariana of the Ges.

This day his father bled at the mouth and nose; ges quhat presage that is.

I heard a preacher cite it once at the Ges, and I thought it a good saying.

When they got into the Piazza she said, "Mamma, we can return by the Ges, and inquire for our friend there who has been so ill."

I would have no man aboard the Swash who made more than two v'y'ges as second officer.

The Ges are under deep obligations, and the King—the King—ah, he will not forget.

I was in her two v'y'ges myself in my young days, and we never could drive more than six knot out of her in a gale of wind.