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


Millions who still had jobs feared that they would lose them.

Millions who had lost their jobs began to fear penury and want.

To the fear of losing our jobs is added the fear of losing our lives.

He's found me four or five jobs with friends of his—like yourself.

You've missed all the millions of people here who depend on the place for their jobs and their lives.

They don't like their jobs, with no day and no night, only steel walls and electric light!

The three other workmen came over, leaving their jobs, to watch.

At the beginnin' of the next spring season both of 'em was round huntin' jobs.

If that's so, every one of the Old Home House eleven was onto their jobs.

Some of you have stuck to your jobs like men, in spite of the talk you've heard all about you, and I thank you.