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


He told what he saw, or what was guarantied to him by competent witnesses.

It is the thing, and not merely the name, that is guarantied.

The treaty of Great Waradin (24th February 1538) guarantied the throne to the latter, but without reversion to his descendants.

A cunningly devised mockery of freedom is guarantied to them, and that is all.

If the truth were told, she now envied the meanest of those maidens that security which her lack of beauty had guarantied.

We demand a right, guarantied by the sacred and inviolable law of self-preservation!

Tongs, a confirmed toper, was easily persuaded to anything that guarantied hard drinking.

You supposed their right, and you guarantied it, though you might then have asked what was their right.

I refer your Lordships to the treaty by which their maintenance was guarantied by the English government.

The independence of the representatives was guarantied by their number, and the mode of their election.