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


Already, perhaps, they were on their way, and he husbanded his strength against their coming.

All possessions, apart from their home productions, must be husbanded to the utmost.

I should have done so before and have husbanded the precious years when they were at their best.

Carefully we husbanded the precious fluid; we had learned to know its value.

Oh, how carefully we husbanded the few precious nuts which remained!

He was glad that he had husbanded more than enough to pay his fare to Indian Creek.

The wolf might come to the door before long and resources had to be husbanded.

He husbanded his strength and struck out, to keep himself afloat.

All should be husbanded with extreme care, and weighed from time to time.

But minding the cattle was work, and here he husbanded his energy.