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


And though he knew it not, he was striking the keynotes of Nature.

Indeed the word "lie" is one of the keynotes of these prophecies.

Voluptuousness, cruelty, and extravagance were the keynotes of the time.

Submission and humility and resignation are the keynotes and mainsprings of Dostoyevsky.

Poverty and misery were the keynotes here, rather than the evil half-world the drummer had babbled about.

The keynotes are these: No troth, leal love, nor knowledge of God in the land.

"Accurate Bible Knowledge" and "Character building" were the keynotes of the instruction given at these meetings.

If the author of "Keynotes" had understood her achievement "Discords" would never have been written.

Lightness and grace are the keynotes in wire work and here they are destroyed by the unwanted additions.

On the place, as in the house itself, you get the sense of bigness and simplicity which were the keynotes of the Rhodes character.