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


Dick believed that Grant must have laughed one of his grimmest laughs.

That night, winter, in its grimmest sense, settled upon Quinton.

"You're a likely youngster, you ere," he said, looking down at him with the grimmest of smiles.

Sister Gaillarde patted me on the shoulder with her grimmest smile.

"I am glad to have been of service," said the other, looking his grimmest.

And then, finally, the poet does not shrink from the last and grimmest reality.

It led through an arbor-vit wilderness of the grimmest character.

"That's true," said the old lady, with the smile that was the grimmest thing about her.

So ended the coldest and hardest and grimmest day Neale had ever known.

Now we are faced with the greatest and the grimmest struggle of all.