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


The Grays, as we have stated, had felt the heavy hand of this inquisitional system.

I'm not at all inclined to place him with the Grays and Hitchcocks and Symonses.

The group of grays represents a negative group of thought and emotions.

But at the second miliarium from Bibracte the grays gave out.

Jim looked at the shimmering lavenders and grays of the desert.

But it fell to Orlando Cutter, who lived on the farm next to the Grays.

The watchful spectators had not been blind to the unfair methods of the grays.

Sunday was always a particularly pleasant day at the Grays'.

Then she called Ryder and told him to get out the grays and the light carriage.

And that rests upon the greens and grays and yellows of the Belted Shales.