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


He told Claire—in a voice not too serious—that she was his helmed Athena, his rose of all the world.

Only the helmed firemen held their ground, and two others with bare heads.

His helmed head nodded on his breast, and his arms hung loosely down by his side, the steel armlets rattling on the cuishes.

The decks were crowded with helmed men who responded vigorously to the cheering with which they were saluted.

Three troops of maidens; though one maid foremost rode, bright, with helmed head.

Then came a maid from heaven, helmed, from above—the clash of arms increased—for the king's protection.

A young officer, called the handsome Fritz, had the appearance of a helmed god of love.

Members of the fire brigade, helmed against contagion, brought out the bodies of the victims wrapped in their living shrouds.

Other cloaked and helmed figures gather round a fire down a side street.