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


There shall we sing it with the pure melody of the immortals, my Josiah and me.

In Italy it was the tree of Jove, great father of immortals and of mankind.

She was ready to charge the immortals with conspiring against her, had not her piety forbad it.

The novelty of his views did not always commend them to his brother 'Immortals.'

She appeals to the Immortals for instruction in tillage with a view to security and welfare.

There were the Immortals of the King's Guard, for instance.'

I am ashamed to mix with the immortals, for I have innumerable griefs in my soul.

But amongst the Immortals there was also a mother with children whom she counted as peerless.

My Hollander, even the poet, friend of the immortals, can eat.

It was like the assembly of the immortals at the first levee of Jove.