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


It was in the morning, and always in the morning Jones was invisibly at work.

"I said I guessed I'd try it," grinned the youth, invisibly.

He was invisibly directed into the little doorway of St. Joseph's.

He could move from compartment to compartment as silently and invisibly as if he had no substance at all.

Her aunt had pressed for it, subtly, invisibly, as an older woman is able to do.

They frequently pursue their prey (Indians of course) invisibly.

He is a real foe, and we must meet him in the open, under cover, and invisibly.

If it had been dark so that the words floated to us invisibly; but in broad day!

Few could equal his pal when it came to moving silently and invisibly.

To be invisibly good, is as godlike, as to be invisibly ill, diabolical.