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


Interned like the anchor-chafing ships That once had flown his flag!

Two hundred and twenty-eight British soldiers were interned here.

At Crefeld Mr. Michelson visited the camp for interned officers.

“The soldiers are with you,” said Mr. Powell to the interned men.

The fact that their own son, interned in this country, has been befriended here.

Max had no mind to be interned, whatever Shaw felt on the subject.

Furthermore, with the same speed, they also seized the interned German war-ships.

He openly confessed his guilt, and was interned for life in Dumbarton Castle.

My French maid, whose care of me was so disinterested, was interned.

He was an interned civilian, taken at the outset of the war from his ship.