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


We'll demonstrate what we can do if he harms Inverness and Brady.

But the law does not even seek to indemnify a man from all harms.

It is so adjusted as to soak up all evidence that helps it, and shed all that harms it.

I've had new cushings put in, and my harms in goold on the back.

The harms on the cheers is the harms of the Carabas family.'

Not touched, especially by anything that misplaces, harms, or defiles.

The material loss which comes from it is the least of its harms.

You must learn to separate your mind from your body so that what harms your body will not affect your mind.

A great fool he is who forbears not from the thing that harms him.

There the wolf lives in great comfort like a domestic pet and harms no one.