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


The two informants, it is true, are not equally trustworthy.

The Queen was warned, and for a while would not believe her informants.

Each of these informants professed himself to be his very good friend.

This latter proved to have been a mistake on the part of my informants.

I need hardly say that my informants had given me no particulars.

But our informants told us that this is not done at the present day.

Some members of the household of Chloe who were then in Ephesus were his informants.

But what peculiar significance do your informants attach to this fact?

I am sure that my informants believed they had dreamed in the way they said.

The village had not been occupied in the memory of the informants.