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


After all, one grows weary of every thing that is to be had for the mere act of wishing.

As he grows weary, he grasps the straps on either side to steady him.

In later dramas we shall find that he grows to deeper self-knowledge.

No matter how it grows, to my thinking the vine is a lovely thing.

Love that grows like a mushroom lasts about as long—only I don't call it love!

After awhile there is a sense of weakness that grows on one, and this increases with the days.

And look at our little one—how pretty he is, and how he grows!

How can your father do otherwise than love you, when he grows to know you well?

It grows upon the declivities of hills and in the savannahs.

As to hemp, it grows so strong as to be much fitter for making cables than cloth.