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


There were no head-lines likely to arrest any man's attention.

What I mean by that question is, who wrote these head-lines?

Head-lines of the newspapers are almost American in size and sensation.

So the morning papers all gave Kedzie Thropp the hospitality of their head-lines.

He dreaded the head-lines, as a kind of invasion of the bridal chamber.

Meanwhile, the papers will speak tearfully of me in their head-lines—at least, I hope they will.

The literary misogynists propounded the same query—in the head-lines, at that!

To-morrow his name would be in the head-lines of every newspaper in the world.

He opened his paper now and glanced at the head-lines and at the Monday morning ads.

Mechanically she read the head-lines: Mortimore Banks Crash!