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


Then there would be jewels such as she had longed for, a portrait by Chartran, she thought.

In all the stand up there, wit' their flounces and jewels, there isn't a lady like her.

Off he marched with the jewels, and that was the last that the pirate saw of his Indian treasure.

She was very beautifully attired, and jewels glistened from her hair and throat.

Perhaps long ago, one of these queens had kept her jewels in them.

But, Mr. Kirkwood, she must have known the jewels were not hers.

Each sent the other rich gifts of jewels, horses and hounds.

"That I have the jewels," he told her tersely, looking straight ahead.

I'm inclined to question, furthermore, the assertion that these jewels were your mother's.

Both the stones come from a set of jewels which I once gave my wife.