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


Not more than 4,000 of these are junctions of two or more roads.

When the temperatures of the two junctions are the same, the system is in equilibrium.

At the junctions of the ribs are elaborate bosses of foliage.

It is at these junctions that the wonder of life is most evident.

Hence it was clear that energy must be obtained elsewhere than at the junctions.

The junctions known as square junctions should be avoided, as they are always sure to become blocked up.

But enough of venae profundae, their junctions and divisions.

This is thoroughly packed at the junctions of the parts to prevent the escape of steam or vapor.

Of junctions and mushroom towns we have a sufficiency, but of surviving sweet old country townlets very few.

In the figure the junctions at the front of the lens are represented by continuous lines and those at the back by dots.