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noun as in skyline, extent

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On the other hand, this prize does afford us a chance to broaden our horizons beyond the borders of whatever country we live in.

The equations of general relativity unambiguously predict event horizons forming if mass is sufficiently concentrated.

And so his horizons slope, his power lines wiggle, his bridges curve.

Could a new romance be in Delevingne's horizons or was the model just keeping up with her usual party antics?

In politics, entertainment, and finance, all we see are closed horizons.

The scale was vaster, horizons wider, beauty and wonder walked hand in hand with love and death.

The contrast in all other respects only served to open new horizons to both and draw the bonds of friendship closer.

It was a shame to her, but she could not help it, because one living within narrow horizons must have limited aims.

Not far to the south, Dylara saw a low range of mountains extending to the horizons.

The existence of pebble beds at different horizons is a noteworthy feature.


On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to horizons, such as: prospect, scope, boundary, perspective, purview, and vista.

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