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


"Eloise is so high minded," thought the mother complacently.

His companions fearing his good fortune might make him feel a "little too high minded," sought to tease him.

Wena was a very nice creature, anxious to please, and elegant; but of a different order entirely from the high–minded Caldo.

No small proportion of them were lawfully wedded, high minded, wives and mothers.

She was a pure and high minded woman, and the imputation goaded her to the quick.

The Spanish Don is generally a high minded, honorable and dignified character, who would not descend to meanness.

I always said Alice's mind lay in two strata, the upper one worldly and ambitious, the second generous and high minded.

One man whom I knew intimately in my boyhood days was as devoted and as high minded, probably, as anyone who ever lived.

By no means, for then that hot-spirited, and high minded sex would prick up their Peacocks-tails so much the higher.

He was an efficient public officer and in private life a high minded, honorable gentleman.