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


I loaned him a two-bit piece, kunnel, an' he tol' me all he knowed!

Her son would never have loaned the money if he had only listened to her.

One of these has been presented to the United States and the other is loaned to the Fair.

I was unarmed––I had loaned my cylinder to the guard in the lower corridor.

And clothed and loaned ten dollars, for which he is more thankful than ever.

She has loaned European governments and peoples some ten milliards of money.

In the meantime I loaned—not gave, but loaned her the money to live upon.

Some Stellar Guard weapon, he thought, that had been loaned to this fellow.

John's right hand gripped the automatic Gibson had loaned him.

She may at any time be loaned, borrowed, sold, or exchanged.