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


He was conscious of horizons which at present remained closed to him.

It was beyond the verge of the horizons of the drapery trade.

He had grown old like an oak, without changing his horizons.

The horizons of progress have been as local as those of geography.

All the horizons of the mind expanded, the currents of the blood ran quicker.

It's all a question of horizons; you look at it from too close.

The other is based upon vice and the recoil from vice; and has no horizons of any sort.

All about between the horizons, the carpet of the land unrolled itself to infinity.

French and German horizons showed in the mist between the branches.

Thou wilt see what a comrade he is, and what horizons he will open.