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


If the woman was there, if she inhabited the southwest chamber, there might be some sign of her.

The Woodcock is very rare, because it is only to be met with in inhabited countries.

They learned of the origin of the races that inhabited Europa and Ganymede.

Yet there was no indication that the old house was inhabited.

Rawa-Russka was a small Galician city, inhabited chiefly by Jews.

That country is the fairest which is inhabited by the noblest minds.

In summer time the south side was inhabited by them, and then they left their gardens and dining-halls.

She was as much apart as if she had inhabited a different sphere.

What caught my attention was that the place looked to be inhabited.

Nevertheless, I resolved not to use that room while she inhabited the next one.