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


Then the police are their brothers' keepers, and not you and me, Sarah?

"Do not take me publicly through the streets," said Arthur to his keepers.

Keepers: gamekeepers employed on all great estates to protect the game and fish.

All animals, insects and birds have been domesticated and are fed by their keepers.

Our keepers, meanwhile, gave us no heed, but played deep and eagerly.

And in my heart I pitied the keepers, should they chance to withstand him in his purpose.

The Circassians are not only tillers of the soil, but also keepers of flocks and herds.

Tom, poor Tom, was out last night, and the keepers will give him up.

Their sufferings at the hands of keepers and schoolboys read like a page of Foxe.

If it was a place of security for cattle, they were probably the shelters of the keepers.