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


It was harder yet for her to talk with Hope, but she did it, and that in a very serious mood.

Some things seem the harder to forgive the greater the love.

But, on reaching the spot, they rubbed their eyes so much the harder.

The harder you blow the greater will be the downward movement.

It is harder to be long-suffering when one is out of breath.

Each indulgence in any of them makes it harder to tell the truth.

The nobleman tried yet harder, yet could not please his relentless critic.

It was harder for her to speak when he thus looked away from her.

Yes, only I should like fresh water ice, it is harder and more transparent than the other.

Besides, he's 'out in the world,' where remembering is harder.