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


The second course was so equal that the keenest judges could not discern any vantage.

His keenest inquiries had been unable to pierce the secret of her birth and station.

The keenest sense-impressions are undoubtedly those of contrast.

Belknap-Jackson wore an expression of the keenest disrelish.

He knew them all, and watched them with the keenest interest.

The keenest eye in the world could not tell them from stones.

He takes the keenest interest in my venture, and I am to write him a full account.

Even my wife is beginning to admit that, and she was the keenest to come here.

If he wanted to be offensive, that was the keenest cut he could have delivered.

My wit is not the keenest, else I would sooner have caught it.