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


I knew that he had often boomed or hymned in the storm or in the breeze.

The psalmist had hymned the victory won when "God gave the word."

All the world of wings then hymned the light; but he more loudly than any.

For him also the day was adventure-packed and must lustily be hymned.

I'm not in the least as he's hymned me—but that, surely, you've guessed between the lines.

A poet might have hymned her thus, but no painter could have painted her.

He hymned in memory the surge and darkness, the thunder and foam and phosphorescence—'You remember, Theodore?

It was Catherine who had introduced me to all my lyrics; it was to Catherine I had once hymned this one in my unformed heart.

He has rallied round him not one great statesman; his praises are hymned by not one great poet.

Tyburn to him was as a field of glory,   Where he must stoop to death his head sublime,   Hymned in full many an elegiac rhyme.